Twentyone jumps on the saddle with HAPPA
Blackburn-based strategic digital agency, Twentyone, is celebrating another win after successfully pitching and winning a contract with Burnley-based animal charity, Horses and Ponies Protection Association (HAPPA).The digital agency was one of many invited to pitch ideas for the re-development and design of HAPPA’s new website.
Kay Brandist, chief executive at HAPPA said: "We chose Twentyone to re-design the HAPPA website because right from the start they clearly offered much more than their rivals.“Their sound understanding of marketing was guaranteed to combat the branding challenges faced by our charity. Their creative approach and vast experience also played a huge part in making Twentyone our first choice to help our organisation move forward.”
With £2m to be invested onsite, developing new commercial operations, HAPPA was keen to get the right digital agency on board. The team was confident that Twentyone would meet all their expectations and more – enhancing the charity’s online presence, and as a result increasing interest in and trade at HAPPA.Twentyone’s marketing director, Sam Fletcher said: “At the initial client briefing it was clear the HAPPA team were struggling with the communication and branding challenges they faced, due to the new and different directions the charity was moving in. “We proposed something quite radical and HAPPA were enthused by our ideas, choosing Twentyone to work on the project. I’m really looking forward to seeing the different projects develop and come to life!”