2017 has been a whirlwind of positive change for Manchester-based digital agency, Return. The company have revealed a fresh new re-brand, appointed 17 new members of staff, unleashed a new service and have taken on some high profile new clients, all in the past few months.

You may remember them as Return on Digital, but earlier this year, Return decided to drop the Digital. This is because the agency involved in so much more than digital campaigns now, including whole marketing strategies that link influencers, TV and experiential marketing. And Return’s team is expanding, too.

In the last three months, Return has introduced 17 talented new members to its ever-growing team, including a marketing director, financial director and an in-house recruitment consultant.

But it’s not just the team that’s evolving, Return has also won some exciting new clients in the last three months. These include alcohol giants Taylor’s Port, one of the world’s oldest founding port houses and Robinsons Brewery, one of the most advanced and sophisticated breweries in the UK.

As well as developing their Manchester agency, in February, Return opened an office in London as part of their strategic expansion plan. The London office is located within the quirky Old St. Building on Corsham Street, not too far from the up-and-coming tech scene of the Silicon Roundabout.

CEO Guy Levine has expressed his delight over the agency’s recent development:

‘I am so proud to see that Return, an agency that was born eight years ago with only three members, is now an award-winning digital marketing company with almost 40 members of staff and a Google Premier Partnership to our name.’

‘Our goal for the future is to become a 100-strong agency and use our broad range of excellent marketing skills to work with more household names.’

You can download Returns free whitepaper “How to use Online & Mobile to Influence Alcohol Purchasing Decisions” here.

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