Yard partner with RedEye

4th August 2016 by Lauren Pearson | Data, News & Events

Yard digital RedEye agency partnership

Having recognised a need in the industry for expert, specialist collaboration on projects in order to offer brands an alternative to large network agencies and global consultancies, over the last year we have invested significant time in establishing a partnership program to make the best expertise available to our clients and our partners’ clients.

This month, we are excited to announce our newest partner – award winning agency RedEye, specialists in Marketing Automation and Conversion Rate Optimisation, who are equally committed to building close relationships with like-minded companies who offer something different whilst working towards a shared goal.

Ian Daniels, our Head of Digital said of our new partnership: 

We are excited to take Yard’s work with RedEye to the next level, expanding on our existing client crossover and technical understanding of RedEye’s impressive suite of solutions.

Oliver Stewart, Head of Partnerships at RedEye, commented on the partnership:

We are looking forward to creating a successful partnership with Yard. By working together, we can support and complement each other’s capabilities and offer our clients the opportunity to really innovate their marketing strategies.

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