Yorkshire-based business development agency, Blueberry Marketing, has created six new jobs amid a raft of new client wins.
Blueberry Marketing delivers business engagement contracts for a number of high profile public sector clients, paving the way in promoting the regional and national economy for organisations such as Department for International Trade and the Leeds Local Enterprise Partnership.
Campaigns include promoting innovation, exporting, apprenticeships, funded business support and skills and training programmes.
The recruitment drive has been facilitated by Blueberry Marketing’s recent expansion to new offices in Leeds City Centre. These six new hires will help form new creative and digital teams which will greatly increase the range of services Blueberry Marketing can offer to its client base.
Director Pamela Welsh said: “At Blueberry Marketing we have been continuously expanding our team for the past 13 years and now we are developing exciting new creative and digital services.
“Being a Yorkshire-based business, we’re passionate about advancing the regional economy and we are very proud to be working alongside other organisations who have similar objectives.
“This expansion is reflected in our turnover reaching £1m and our profit growing year-on year – which will allow for further advancement in our own business development plans.”
Blueberry Marketing’s successes have recently been recognised, with Director Faresh Maisuria winning Creative Entrepreneur of the Year at the Asian English Business Awards in Manchester this July.
Blueberry Marketing provides a range of data, telemarketing, business engagement and research solutions.