Hat-trick of new clients for No Brainer

By . Posted 21 October 2020

Last modified on 19 March 2021 at 5:10 pm

We’re delighted to welcome three new clients to our roster, further solidifying our growth in the north-west.

Our new clients include a soon-to-open, pandemic-themed visitor attraction called ‘Sick to Death’ in Chester, a virus-killing protection spray from Protection Zone, and award-winning IT software consultancy, Synyega.

Protection Zone, an approved UK retailer of revolutionary virus-killing protection spray Liquid Guard®, has appointed No Brainer to handle its PR and social media strategy to help build brand awareness around the launch of the business and its products, as well as driving sales with both B2B and B2C audiences.

No Brainer is delivering PR and media relations support around the launch of ‘Sick to Death’ in Chester, the UK’s first visitor attraction to delve into the nation’s gory history of medicine and pandemics. The immersive experience, featuring the city’s infamous Plague Doctor, is set to open later this year, subject to government announcements regarding COVID-19.

The agency is also now working with award-winning software licencing consultancy, Synyega following a competitive pitch process, to develop an integrated B2B campaign to raise brand awareness and accelerate company growth through PR, social media, content marketing and SEO.

Gary Jenkins, No Brainer’s co-owner and Managing Director said: “We’re delighted and proud to welcome a further three clients to No Brainer, which come hot on the heels of a recent award win and some strong industry rankings for the agency.

“Many of the brands we’re speaking to are finding that the old ways of PR and marketing simply aren’t working for them anymore, and instead they are looking for an agency partner that understands how to deliver intelligence-led creative campaigns that focus on driving meaningful change, not just focusing on outputs. It’s this approach that has helped us win new clients and consistently deliver for our existing clients.

“The pandemic has been challenging for our industry and agencies in particular, but to be able to generate new business during that time is recognition for the hard work our team puts in every day.

“It’s also a testament to the clients who have put their trust in us, utilising our skills and knowledge as an extension of their teams. We’re looking forward to long and fruitful relationships with them.”