A Stoke-on-Trent creative agency has won a contract to help reshape a national charity’s digital presence.
The agency has also been tasked with the design, build and launch of the charity’s all new internal portal. Its purpose will be to provide a central communication point for quick and easy communications across the whole of the YMCA family.
“Naturally we’re over the moon to have been chosen to work alongside the YMCA team on such an exciting flagship project,” said Adam Mobley, Harrison Carloss Managing Director, pictured above.
“It was a highly competitive pitch with no less than 14 agencies involved in the process, so we’re delighted to have been selected.”
He added: “The projects are an opportunity for us to revolutionise YMCA’s external and internal digital tools. Needless to say, the whole team is excited by this project and we’re proud to be working with such a great organisation.”
Denise Hatton, Chief Executive of YMCA England & Wales, said: “We are looking forward to collaborating with Harrison Carloss on two innovative digital projects.
“Collectively, both projects will define the way we communicate internally as a Federation of local YMCAs and externally to the wider public.”
Harrison Carloss, which celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, employs 15 people at its Festival Park headquarters in Stoke-on-Trent.