Directors Chris Bruce, Ali Findlay and Barry Fearn
Edinburgh-based multi-service agency, The Lane, is celebrating a successful six months after securing more than £400,000 worth of new business.
The advertising, digital, and creative agency, has welcomed high profile businesses including Rabbie’s, Heriot-Watt University, Nairn’s Oatcakes and Quotient, to join its ever-growing client list.
The agency was also appointed as one of four agencies on the framework for Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) and CalMac, on top of joining the NHS framework earlier this year.
The Rabbie’s, Nairn’s Oatcakes and Quotient wins will see the agency deliver a full service offering across advertising, creative, digital and design.
Meanwhile, new clients including Heriot-Watt University, Queen Margaret University, Strathallan School, and Royal Scottish Country Dancing, will benefit from The Lane’s specialist digital service. From building websites, to creating online content, managing social media platforms and much more.
Testament to the high-quality work and dedication The Lane provides to each and every client, the company has a high level of client retention and has won numerous awards for both day-to-day activity and specialist campaigns.
Founded by managing director Ali Findlay in 2008, The Lane has become one of the country’s most respected creative and digital agencies. Based in Scotland’s capital city, the organisation works with clients across the UK on both national and international activity.
Commenting on the new business wins, Ali said: “It has been a challenging year for everyone in the sector, but we’re really pleased to see the benefits of all our efforts coming through in the second half of the year.
“Our approach to run a lean operation fits with the current marketplace and has enabled us to increase resources in different areas, as and when required to suit the needs of clients. The new account wins operate across a breadth of different sectors, adding to the existing vibrant and dynamic environment in the team and further demonstrating the strength of our creativity.”