The IPA elected three new agencies into its membership at its June 2018 Council meeting: Big Cat, The Digital Fairy and Who Wot Why. This brings the total number of agencies in membership to 328.
Big Cat is an independent marketing communications agency based in Birmingham. Their advertising, brand & design, PR and digital minds sit under one roof to create simple and effective communications for their clients. Founded in 2014, Big Cat’s clients include Absolutely Leisure Group, Birmingham YMCA and Kingfisher.
Managing Director, Hannah Davies said: “Becoming a member of the IPA is a key part of our growth strategy. With access to the IPA’s wealth of training resources, legal advice and other support, we will be well equipped to take on more clients within our core sectors.”
The Digital Fairy
Founded in 2012, The Digital Fairy is a London-based independent creative studio and consultancy. Clients include, Estee Lauder Group, Nike, Gurls Talk and Alexa Chung.
Hannah Rouch Managing Director at The Digital Fairy said: “We have seen fantastic growth over the last three years and now offer services across digital marketing, design, production and consultancy. Becoming an IPA member, with the variety of benefits that brings, will support and enhance that continued growth.”
Who Wot Why
Who Wot Why is an independent creative agency founded in 2015. Based in London, its clients include, Sky Bet, Lily’s Kitchen and Giffgaff.
Charles Faircloth, Client Partner, Who Wot Why said: “As a small agency with relatively limited internal resource, becoming a member of the IPA will benefit us in a number of different ways. Membership acts as an important reassurance to potential clients as to our professional standards, and gives us access to key services including training and legal advice.”