AN exciting new partnership with international charity, Mary’s Meals, which runs school feeding projects in the developing world, was one of three new accounts won in October by rising Glasgow design agency, MadeBrave.
The firm, which only launched in March, had an extremely successful month, clinching a trio of impressive digital and print work.
MadeBrave will now develop a new annual magazine for Mary’s Meals, which tackles child hunger in some of the world’s poorest communities.
Daniel Adams, press officer at Mary’s Meals, said: “We are delighted to be working with MadeBrave and hope that their exceptional creative expertise will help us bring the story of Mary’s Meals to new eyes, new ears and new hearts.”
MadeBrave also won a three-way pitch to create a new press and outdoor campaign for UK charity, Sustrans, to encourage the public to make ‘greener’, healthier travel choices.
And the agency has also been appointed to work on a new Christmas campaign for Wellgate Shopping Centre in Dundee.
MadeBrave was started in March this year by former Midgibyte creative director, Andrew Dobbie.
Based in South Block, Glasgow, its other clients already include Scottish Renewables, Sterling Mills Outlet Shopping Village, Rivergate Shopping Centre and Pedal for Scotland.
Andrew said: “We are delighted to welcome our new clients to MadeBrave and we look forward to working with them on these interesting and worthwhile projects.”
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