Strategic marketing agency ICG has landed three new client wins with organisations committed to making a difference.
The British Dyslexia Association, Lancashire Wildlife Trust and Sightline have chosen ICG to support their marketing and communications.
The new projects are part of ICG’s commitment to helping organisations and ‘give back’ to communities.
ICG’s design teams have been supporting the conservation charity, the Lancashire Wildlife Trust, to roll out updated branding in the region. The Trust is dedicated to restoring and protecting wild places and bringing wildlife back to Lancashire, Greater Manchester and North Merseyside.
The design team has also been supporting the British Dyslexia Association (BDA) which is working to achieve a dyslexia-friendly society for all.
ICG produced a new edition of the members' magazine, Contact, and a campaign style for Dyslexia Awareness Week. The team is currently working on a new style for the BDA’s fundraising and conference activity.
ICG’s PR and marketing team is supporting North West based charity, Sightline.
Sightline offers a free telephone-based befriending service to help reduce loneliness and isolation for anyone living with a visual impairment.
Simon Couchman, managing director of ICG, said: “We are really pleased to be supporting these three incredible organisations that play a vital role in communities.
“Working in partnership with our clients and their in-house marketing teams, we are producing some great work with lots of exciting projects in the pipeline.”
ICG works with a number of other organisations promoting causes and campaigns including Women in Racing and Cauda Equina Champions Charity.
Image: (L-R) Simon Couchman, Managing Director, Jonny Gerrard, Senior Designer, Alison Hughes, Senior Account Manager at ICG strategic marketing agency.