Manchester-based branding agency Glorious Creative continues to expand the team at its Northern Quarter offices following a number of recent client wins.
Marketing and PR director Dalia Jaffar has joined the team at Stevenson Square and will spearhead the company’s ambitious growth plans. Her appointment follows the departure of long-standing new business director Jeff Edis who retires from agency life and the arrival last year of creative design director Grant Mitchell who is leading the agency’s property and healthcare arm, having worked with companies including Cole Waterhouse, Bruntwood, and Colliers, Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, and Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership.
In recent weeks Glorious has been appointed by Future Projects on the rebrand of its retail and residential project management business and has also completed the global rebrand of energy-tech disrupter EnergiMine. Other new clients include Hentons Accountants, VetPartners, Couture Living and start-up footwear brand Ten Thousand Islands.
The 8-strong agency was established in 2002 by Mark Ross and Tom Shaughnessy and has built a reputation for delivering award-winning creative services to established companies and start-ups in property, food and beverage, healthcare, arts and technology sectors.
Commenting on the growth of the business and Dalia’s appointment Mark Ross said: “Dalia joins us at a really exciting time and brings a wealth of expertise in digital and marketing strategy to the team. We have a wonderful mix of clients and are delivering work nationally and internationally. We’ve also undergone our own brand re-positioning exercise and have made a significant investment into our marketing. It’s something that agencies often overlook for themselves, but we recognise is fundamental to our growth strategy.”
“Our focus is to make sure we help businesses to really stand out and nowhere is that more evident than in the work Grant has being doing in the property and healthcare sectors which are rapidly growing areas of our business. He is a specialist in creating meaningful and outcome-driven branding for companies and with Dalia’s support we will continue to work with bold, forward-thinking companies.”
Other Glorious clients include: Roomzzz, Optical Express, Tate, Cheltenham Festivals, Sense of Place Wines, Balfour Beatty, Dunlop, The University of Manchester, General Medical Council and NHS.