Construction specialist marketing agency Harris Creative has announced its latest contract win with leading tile supplier, CTD Architectural Tiles.
CTD Architectural Tiles works with industry-leading manufacturers to offer architects, designers and specifiers an extensive tile product range. Carefully sourcing its products from across the world, the company prides itself on exceptional service based on an efficient supply chain throughout the UK and Europe.
In one of its biggest full-service contracts to date, Leeds-based Harris is set to provide CTD Architectural Tiles with a variety of its services spanning PR, social media and digital including e-marketing, SEO and PPC advertising. Harris will support CTD Architectural Tiles in its aim to build upon its 50-year reputation as a tile supplier of choice through these services, executing its multi-stream strategy with the overall aim of increasing enquiries and generating leads.
The successful pitch for CTD Architectural Tiles comes during an exciting year for Harris, which has seen the agency also win nine new clients across the business as well as a management buy-out, with Kirsty Scott and Neil Craven becoming joint managing directors – all while celebrating its 35th year of business.
Commenting on the contract win, Neil said: “We’re delighted to have secured this contract with CTD Architectural Tiles, and our team is well-versed in working together to deliver an unrivalled multi-disciplinary marketing service. It’s always exciting to see our range of services used together to deliver the same overall strategy, and we’re looking forward to putting our collective expertise into practice for CTD Architectural Tiles over the coming months.”
CTD Architectural Tiles’ sales director – architectural, Andrew Sadler, added: “We are very excited to welcome Harris to the CTD Architectural Tiles brand. Their specialism in the construction and specification industry will help to bring our architectural-led ceramic and porcelain tiles to more commercial projects across the country.”