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Nottingham digital marketing agency wins US clients

Nottingham-based digital marketing agency, Adtrak has just won its first-ever US client as Easy Mix and Master Pools come onto the firm’s books.

Both companies are based in Austin, Texas and Adtrak are now talking to other US and international firms keen to utilise the agency’s expertise.

The five-figure deal marks a huge step for the agency, which last year celebrated its 20th anniversary.

Chris Robinson, managing director at Adtrak, said: “This is a major milestone for Adtrak and marks the next stage of our evolution.  As more customers are going online to hunt for products and services, US businesses are looking at their marketing strategies and recognising the many benefits of incorporating web design and digital communications.

“Adtrak are the perfect people to help them with this. We have a proven track record of helping our clients to reach and engage with their customers online and our clients enjoy a substantial increase in sales leads as a result of our support.

“In the age of digital marketing, there is little difference between supporting a UK or international business. We’re confident we can replicate the success we have delivered here for our transatlantic clients.”

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