For the eighth year consecutive year Volpa, the award winning Perth-based integrated marketing agency, will be included in the national Recommended Agency Register. The accolade places the firm among the UK’s top marketing services suppliers as rated and endorsed by their own clients.
RAR is the UK’s leading source of insight on marketing services companies and provides consultancy to a wide range of clients across every sector. The customer satisfaction ratings have been made by brand owners and marketing professionals. For those agencies that score highest, their inclusion in the Register is affirmed.
Volpa, which provides marketing, public relations, design and digital services, was set up in 2002 by Perth serial entrepreneur and marketer Tricia Fox. Their inclusion in the register this year has seen them rated highly across 14 separate services including media relations, design and web development.
The past two years have seen rapid and healthy growth for Volpa. In 2015 the firm took on 20 new clients, doubled its staff to eight and expanded its office space at Castlecroft’s King James VI Business Centre in Perth. The firm recently added a public relations executive and operations manager to its team, and will soon add a second graphic designer.
Volpa’s client list features high-profile names in tourism, hospitality and the food and drink sectors including The Enchanted Forest, St. Andrews Aquarium, The Famous Grouse Experience, Scotland’s Secret Bunker, Dundee Science Centre, Inveralmond Brewery, Horsecross Arts, Stirling Venues and Scone Palace.
Tricia Fox, Volpa managing director, commented:
“I am extremely proud that we have again received this endorsement from the Recommended Agency Register and that we’ve retained our position as one of the UK’s top marketing agencies. The fact that we continue to maintain strong relationships with our clients while also gaining new business speaks volumes about our team and their commitment to delivering excellent marketing services. We’re excited about what the future holds for Volpa.”