The Yorkshire-based agency has been appointed by Citroën to prepare an incentive to Antigua for 100 dealer principals. It also acquired Secure Trust Bank as a new client, among other wins.
In addiiton, YES has created a new experiential division headed up by Darren Warburton, which has resulted in three new hires for the company. It will be based at the agency’s new headquarters in Halifax.
The move to the purpose-built ‘Solutions House’ will allow YES to expand its full-time staff to more than 25 as it targets 40 per cent growth. The agency has also opened offices in Eastern Europe and France in the past 12 months.
MD and CEO Sue Gill said: "The team really have ambitious plans for YES and we are more than meeting expectations. We have a fantastic reputation, and are passionate about what we are doing.
"We offer incredibly high touch service offerings on every level within the business. It’s also about being collaborative with our partners and suppliers, they are as important to us as our customers."
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