Freelance Talent: Stuart Palmer, Avenue Design

Avenue Design - United Relief Case Study

Avenue Design - United Relief Case Study

Stuart Palmer of Avenue Design offers businesses and organisations a nimble, full service agency which creates ideas and solutions that generate results.

“I set up Avenue to fill a gap in the marketplace bringing high quality design to all, where once it was only accessible to those with large budgets” says Stuart.

“Avenue has worked on bespoke designs across a wide variety of media; both digital email campaigns, microsites, brochure and e-commerce sites, banner design, animation and offline communications e.g. brochures, flyers, stationery, posters, press ads and direct mail” he added.

Avenue design’s work includes the creation of brands, incorporating guidelines and rolling out new collateral for businesses in a wide array of sectors; including plumbers, fine artists, marketing specialists and high net worth tax consultants.

All of this has meant that in the first three years of trading we’ve worked with over 50 new clients and continue to do so both on retainers and as one off commissions.

You can find out more at www.avenuedesign.co.uk to or meet Stuart at the North West Enterprise & Freelance Fair on 16th June 2010.

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Case Study: United Relief Live (pictured above)

Clients: Manchester United Foundation and Sport Relief

United Relief was the inaugural celebrity charity football match and music concert for Sport Relief and Manchester United Foundation.

Avenue was commissioned by both charities to create the co brand, the guidelines and the subsequent full suite of marketing collateral both off/online. Offline activity was separated into a teaser campaign and two further rounds of ad campaign.

The campaign was dual focussed appealing to both football and music fans. The ads were applied to lightboxes, turnstile posters, programme wraps and stadium banners. Online activity included website devices, solus emails and LED boards.

We were also tasked with raising awareness through social media in the lead up to the event. As a result of our involvement visibility on Twitter increased from 2,500 people to over 35,000 on the weekend of the event.

The event made substantial profit for both charities (£180k approx) and ensured an attendance of 40,000+ at the event.

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Written by Editor on June 7, 2010 and filed in Featured, Freelancers, News , , , ,


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