Fastest Growing Yorkshire Company Adds Cream

24th March 2015

Yorkshire's fastest growing company Redfern has appointed Chamber member Cream to oversee its public relations.

Redfern, which has a turnover of almost £300m, is the nominated supplier of UK travel management to the government and was last month named in the Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100. Bradford-based Redfern has recently rebranded and appointed Cream to increase its profile both nationally and regionally. -Redfern is a tremendously impressive company which has seen sales growth of nearly 500% in the past three years, said Cream director Elizabeth Hudson. -The company has a superb reputation within the public sector and we aim to strategically build on this success to bring the benefits of using Redfern to more clients in the private sector. Mark Bowers, Chief Executive at Redfern, added: -We were impressed by Cream's ability to quickly grasp what Redfern is all about and what we're hoping to achieve in the coming months. Cream is a multi-award winning PR and marketing communications business working across entertainment, manufacturing, financial, professional services, digital and lifestyle sectors.

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