Five Zero Communications, the Exeter-based corporate, B2B and tech specialist, has won five new clients.
In the first few weeks of the year, the agency, which was set up just over a year ago, has added two Exeter-based technology businesses, a London-based chiropractic app, an Aviva Premiership rugby club and a US technology business to its roster.
Software Solved, a bespoke software specialist and WIFI SPARK, a wi-fi and data analytics company, are the Exeter-based brands. They are both looking to expand their presence in trade, national and relevant “vertical” press.
Chiropractic app Back to Health is due to launch later this year, and Five Zero will support the rugby club with its corporate marketing material. US tech business Avi Networks has employed the agency to introduce it to the UK market, a potential gateway into Europe.
Andrew Chatterton, managing director at Five Zero, said: “We have a number of really exciting and innovative clients on board; some are based locally, but also several across the UK, US and Europe.
“Such has been our success in this first year that we are looking to substantially increase the size of our team, with two new members of staff starting in the next few months.”
Chatterton is the ex-head of corporate B2B at Storm Communications, associate director at Spreckley and head of technology at Schwartz Communications – now part of the MSL Group. Nick Band, the founder of Band and Brown, co-founded Five Zero.