Objective Creative

30th April 2013

Objective Creative, a Sheffield based business, was awarded Recommended Agency Register (RAR) status just two months after it began trading.

Based in the centre of the city at The Circle, Objective Creative has gone from strength to strength since it was established in 2011 and now provides strategic marketing, creative design and digital services for big and small companies across the UK and worldwide. The prestigious Recommended Agency Register (RAR) was awarded to Objective Creative following an independent client survey that assesses the quality of customer service, creativity and value for money. Clients come to Objective Creative with a range of different targets from increasing sales to influencing opinion, and the established and accomplished team will help them on the way to reaching their goals. Having started working with clients in Spain and North America, Objective Creative recently joined a UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) delegation in Istanbul, Turkey as they look to expand even wider. The company produces brochures, websites, branding, marketing strategy, HTML email design and distribution, posters and leaflets, packaging, signage, messaging and exhibition stands and materials. Joining the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce has given the company a number of benefits. Objective Creative managing director Dan Broadbent said -We partnered with the Sheffield Chamber for the opportunity to successfully deliver marketing projects for even more local businesses. -As the most centrally located marketing agency in Sheffield, we are delighted to offer free consultations to all Sheffield Chamber members, and 20 percent discount on all projects. Contact Objective Creative Ltd The Circle 33 Rockingham Lane Sheffield S1 4FW T: 0114 253 6756 E: hello@objectivecreative.com W: www.objectivecreative.com

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