News: New Clients For RMG

Posted on 23rd August 2017

Rose Media Group celebrates hat-trick of new client wins

 

Burgess Hill-based digital marketing agency Rose Media Group (RMG) has landed three new clients in as many months. The new work spans different sectors and disciplines, in keeping with the Group’s ambitious growth plans over the next 5 years.  RMG was formed in 2016, bringing together Aneela Rose PR, founded in 2004, and Purple Rose Digital, founded in 2014.

 

The new projects include a lead generation campaign via LinkedIn for The Scarecrow Group, an international brand awareness campaign for the prestigious Grandi Giardini Italiani (Great Italian Gardens) and PR, event management and social media marketing for Mid Sussex District Council’s Open 4 Business event in October 2017.

 

Aneela Rose, MD and founder of Rose Media Group, commented: “These wins are a fantastic representation of the diverse range of services we offer across multiple sectors. From education to technology and culture, these new projects allow us to do what we do best: come up with great ideas and deliver brilliant results in a measured way whilst often having fun along the journey too!”

 

 

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