HuHa HQ News No.1
HuHa recently turned one and so we thought it’s about time we started to share what we and our clients have been up to. Here’s a look back at the past couple of months…
Our client Squad’s latest TV campaign for Eurocamp was used as an example of Segmentation in Charlotte Roger’s feature in April’s Marketing Week
Squad’s client Chris Hilton from Eurocamp was interviewed about the process that Squad went through to define groups of holidaymakers and reveal the holiday company’s evolution.
Squad also officially announced bringing on board Sophie Hill as a designer. Sophie has a brilliant background working previously in both New York and London. Here's the article
One of our property clients, Step Places, went into planning for their development of Wigan Pier this month. This news and the visuals of the scheme went far and wide in the regional and property press, and even got a mention on BBC North West Tonight.
It’s an iconic development so we’re looking forward to sharing more details with the public on this one! Here’s the story in Property Week
We also recently announced the topping out of client, Vita Group’s first Affinity Living project at Riverside, close to the Lowry Hotel in Manchester - a huge milestone for the 17 storey building which is scheduled for completion this December. Here's it in Place North West
Back to creative, we loved that design and creative agency client, Music, was featured in Design Week for their project with The Christie Hospital. They worked with illustrator Jane Bowyer to transform a new children’s department at Manchester cancer hospital The Christie, to help distract young patients as they receive potentially life-saving treatment.
Speaking of Music, this month see’s Creative Director Adam Rix judging at the design and advertising benchmark awards D&AD. The festival runs in London from 21st-23rdMay with the winners of the awards announced at the D&AD ceremony on 23rdMay so watch this space.
And ending on a high, we are pleased to announce another two clients joining all things HuHa this month, with Absurd and Project Simply. We’re looking forward to getting to know them and sharing their news with the world in the coming weeks!