Family owned sports PR and Marketing agency Medi8 Marketing Communications has confirmed an agreement with golf digital marketing agency, Albatross Digital Golf. The agreement will see both businesses benefit from the other’s expertise, expanding the range of services each company is able to offer its clients.
Nicole Wheatley, owner and strategic Director at Medi8 commented, “Our expertise is in devising creative PR & Marketing campaigns that deliver our clients’ business goals. We’ve stayed at the forefront of the industry by being early adopters of new platforms and are pleased to be able to incorporate Albatross’ services into campaigns for current and new clients.”
The two companies initially met at England Golf’s Staffordshire golf conference and have since collaborated on the construction of Medi8’s new website. Founder and CEO of Albatross, James Wilkinson, took the lead in the development of www.medi8ltd.co.uk and quickly became aware of the potential synergies.
“Working with Medi8 on their website it quickly became clear that their PR & Marketing expertise and copywriting ability was second to none,” commented Wilkinson. “The potential to combine their understanding of the media landscape with our web design and development resources and insight into how and why consumers engage with businesses online and socially has huge potential.”
Nicole concluded, “Developing the website with Albatross gives me great confidence that our two businesses can form a fruitful working relationship. Their understanding of website development, social media advertising, PPC advertising and conversion optimisation really adds to what we are able to offer clients and I know our expertise will complement the services James offers at Albatross.”
For a view of Medi8 services and web development by Albatross visit www.medi8ltd.co.uk
For more information on Albatross digital golf visit www.albatrossdigitalgolf.com
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