Freight industry publicity agency Meantime Communications has marked its first decade with a celebration next to its Royal Greenwich, London offices, and announced plans to offer more services.
The global public relations, design, digital, and event agency and consultancy is expanding its service portfolio as it continues to grow its customer base around the world.
Meantime has also teamed up with international development organisation Transaid, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, for a series of projects, starting with a raffle at the party this week, which raised over £1,620.
“We work with inspiring customers from across the globe and all parts of the supply chain, and also with marvellous suppliers and like-minded companies, in Royal Greenwich, and across the world, from Hong Kong to Washington DC,” Meantime CEO and founder Emma Murray. “The PR and communications landscape has developed a lot over the last decade, and we are growing the team in order to provide the digital and design solutions our customers are looking for.
“We are proud of reaching this milestone, and looking forward to growing Meantime.”
As part of the collaboration with Transaid, Meantime will be working on a range of commemorative projects for the transport charity.
“Meantime is generously helping our team as we strive to continue empowering people for another 20 years.
Their input will help Transaid show how we have impacted many lives through our initiatives,” said Transaid CEO Caroline Barber. “We have a special synergy with Meantime as we are both celebrating important milestones this year and we have a shared vision to assist communities in developing nations around the world, so we are very thankful for their support.”
Meantime Communications has been delivering innovative, strategic communications solutions for customers worldwide since 2008. It is a Living Wage employer and a member of the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA) and has been working with PRCA on a bespoke training programme for the agency.