Tie-up announced

Creative agencies Flintriver and Big Crayon unveil merger

Irvine Strang, Euan Brunton, Dave Bruce and John Lithgow
Irvine Strang, Euan Brunton, Dave Bruce and John Lithgow (contributed)

Two creative agencies have unveiled a merger to draw on the benefits of their complementary skills.

Milnathort based digital creative Flintriver will combine with Big Crayon Digital, a Kinross based agency specialising in website and branding development.

The amalgamation of the two companies, trading as Flintriver, creates, according to Flintriver Director, Irvine Strang, a “one stop shop” and is expected to boost turnover to approximately £500,000 in the nextwelve months.

Headed up by web specialist Euan Brunton, one of Big Crayon’s clients include the Archerfield estate in East Lothian.

He said: “The opportunity to merge with Flintriver was simply too good to miss, and I am very excited about what the future holds. We share similar desires in retaining long term business, in listening to, and respecting our clients’ aims, and in servicing both private and public sector clients equally well.”

Flintriver, a partnership of four experienced graphic designers, which has operated since 2001, has a diverse client base across Fife, Tayside, Perthshire and the Central Belt, with long term clients including drinks supplier Inverarity Morton, The Old Course Hotel and the Perth Festival of the Arts. A three year contract was recently secured by Flintriver with Fife Business Gateway.

Flintriver director Dave Bruce, said: “Economic conditions remain challenging for all suppliers looking to retain and grow marketing budgets, but we have made our USP to always deliver on time and on budget, and to foster a down to earth collaborative approach which encourages a longer term relationship.”


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