HGA Creative reports major growth in video services

New client wins have helped HGA Creative's video division to double turnover to £388,000 in the last year.

HGA Creative’s Director of Film & Video, Dan Laurence
HGA Creative’s Director of Film & Video, Dan Laurence

The growth in video services for creative communications agency HGA Creative is "due to a flood of new business wins, as well as a concerted effort by the agency to develop and grow existing client relationships," according to the agency's director of Film & Video, Dan Laurence.

New wins include Clarks International, Crown Paints and Virgin Media. HGA was also appointed to the preferred supplier list for Santander in 2013.

The agency also worked on its first broadcast work in the form of a range of primetime sponsorship bumpers and a DRTV ad campaign for the online fashion retailer Isme. 

Laurence added: "I‘m really proud of the results achieved and the calibre of projects we’ve had the opportunity to work on, for a range of high-profile clients.

"Our passion has been to drive growth through a combination of exceptional client service levels and a determination to create stunning content that really delivers on each and every brief we receive.

"This is backed by our continuous investment in the latest video technology and our team of talented video producers, camera operators and editors. The growth we have seen this year is testament to the strength of our video offering and the exciting conversations we are having will help us achieve our ambitious plans in the years ahead."

 

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