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Monday January 21 2019


Sunny Thinking Kicks Off 2019 With a Raft of New Account Wins




Sunny Thinking Kicks Off 2019 With a Raft of New Account Wins

Altrincham-based creative marketing agency Sunny Thinking is proud to announce six new account wins to kick off 2019. 

Stockport-based tie and accessories manufacturer and supplier William Turner, has commissioned the agency to look after all its marketing and branding as the family business celebrates its 50thanniversary. Further afield,theLondon based National College of Creative Industries approached Sunny Thinking to create a new website for them having been impressed by their digital credentials.

Over the last decade, Sunny Thinking has also developed an award-winning reputation for working within the health and wellbeing sectors. Two new clients in that sphere that have approached the agency to work with them are Henshaws, a charity supporting people living with sight loss and other disabilities, and Surrey-based Active Prospects, an organisation enabling people with learning disabilities, autism and physical and mental health needs to live fulfilled lives. 

“Building on our tenth anniversary last year, it’s been an incredibly exciting start to 2019,” beams Sunny Thinking’s managing director Jonathan Reed. “In addition to our established client base across many sectors, we’ve carved out a real niche for working with family businesses, charities and in the healthcare sector. These new clients have commissioned us after seeing our work in these areas. It’s great to be working with such an established local family business as William Turner. We will help tell their story as they mark the mammoth achievement of reaching 50 years in business and celebrate their proud heritage of UK manufacturing. Working with Active Prospects and Henshaws designing their annual reviews and reports is rewarding in a different way as it shows how these amazing organisations have such an impact on people’s lives. Working with the college down in London showcases our growing reputation on a more national level too”. he continues. 

Daniel Turner, managing director of schoolwear manufacturer and supplier William Turner said: “2019 is a big year for us and Sunny Thinking is playing a strategic part in helping us tell our story of yesteryear while also shaping the future as we launch new products and put our ambitious growth plans in place.”

The Altrincham-based team is also behind designing the branding of two new north west start-ups; Bamboo Bumble Bee, a high-end bespoke concept dining service coming to Cheshire and Deckchair Adventures, a digital family travel magazine based in Hale that mixes content about popular culture and sustainable travel. 

“It’s great to be working with exciting start-ups and help develop what was once an idea and concept on paper in to living and breathing brands. We’re looking forward to playing a much larger part in the future of Deckchair Adventures which we believe is bringing something new to the family travel market,” finishes Reed. 



"Daniel Turner, managing director of schoolwear manufacturer and supplier William Turner said 2019 is a big year for us and Sunny Thinking is playing a strategic part in helping us tell our story of "
Daniel Turner, William Turner








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