Leeds-based digital agency Perfect Storm has won three new clients and appointed a new senior member of the team, as it continues to grow at a rapid pace.
Adding to a growing portfolio of clients in the renewable energy sector, the agency will now be working with Galileo Green Energy on brand development, digital strategy and creating a new website.
In addition, Perfect Storm has announced it will be working with the LEP (Leeds Enterprise Partnership) to design and build an international trade opportunities tool. This will encourage local business to consider targeting growth through trading internationally, whilst boosting the local economy.
Continuing to build on the agency’s expertise helping organisations in the B2B membership space, Perfect Storm also adds TheCityUK to its client roster, designing and building a new website for the organisation, which champions the financial and professional services industry.
To help with the team’s growing workload, Simon Donnelly has been appointed as digital producer. He brings with him seven years of experience and most recently held the role of project manager at TwentySix.
Perfect Storm launched in 2016 with the aim of disrupting the traditional agency model and last year recorded a record turnover of £1.4m. The agency has an in-house team of digital producers and directors and works with a network of specialist freelance partners who are hand-picked to help deliver on client projects.
Adam Errington, who founded Perfect Storm with Dave Nutter, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Simon, who brings a wealth of experience to the team. He’s already got his teeth stuck into some exciting briefs from our new clients.
“There’s lots of really interesting work out there for us across different sectors, and we’re lucky that our lean and agile agency model means we can scale up and get the best team in place quickly to help clients realise their ambitions. It’s great to be strengthening our B2B credentials specifically and to be working with the local authority to directly support local businesses.
“With Galileo coming on board that also adds to our growing number of clients focusing on sustainability, which is obviously such a key sector moving forward. All of our clients share the fact that they’ve got a really interesting story to tell and it’s fantastic to help them tell those stories in the best possible way.”
Simon Donnelly said: “I was really keen to join the team at Perfect Storm from the first conversations we had. I could feel the drive, ambition and eagerness to approach things differently, working with people who valued their relationships and placed emphasis on integrity and transparency. That really resonated with me.
“I bring with me a wealth of experience across project management and retained services, which I’m keen to share, but I’m also looking forward to continuing to learn from those around me and the opportunities ahead. I’m keen to expand my knowledge across the creative process, psychology and theory which I have a passion for, as well as photography. I see Perfect Storm as the perfect fit for me to continue to evolve.”