Exciting new client wins


We’ve had a pretty crazy time at ifour over the last few months, what with the huge office move and a selection of incredible new business wins, we literally have not stopped, and in the words of a popular burger chain ‘We’re lovin’ it!’

We have always enjoyed working with a broad selection of clients from various industries and the latest to join our books are certainly no different.

Ranging from public sector organisations to high-end kitchen designers, we are keeping the team on their creative toes. Our remit for these projects differ widely, but essentially, we are looking at refreshing and updating their existing brands, creating fully responsive CMS websites and in many cases continuing to offer strategic support in relation to their on-going marketing activities.

Lately, we seem to be attracting the types of business that are really keen to stand out from the crowd, and this is exactly the type of client we love. At ifour, we always try to steer away from the norm and like to push our clients in innovative and creative ways. Of course, there always needs to be a valid reason for this, but if it means they set themselves apart from the staid competitors, then we have done our job properly.

We are delighted to announce some of our latest clients:

Jones Britain – One of Kent’s most exclusive kitchen designers and installation specialists.

Richmond Chambers – an award-winning, innovative partnership of specialist immigration barristers and other immigration law professionals.

Edward Sunderland – A high-end London property developer.

We are also working with a global leader in non-invasive cosmetic surgery, a brand new premium tennis and sporting facility - based in Kent and one of the largest suppliers of gypsum-based building materials in the UK.

With this incredibly diverse list of new clients to work with we are keeping our heads down and noses to the grindstone as we embark on wonderfully creative and digital journeys that will ultimately enhance their corporate visions and bottom lines.