Make More Noise is celebrating its second birthday with an investment from BBC Apprentice winner, Mark Wright.
Founded by PR and Marketing Consultant, Hannah Haffield, in October 2015, Make More Noise has grown rapidly over the past two years, and during this time has established long term relationships with a number of local and national businesses – including luxury Worcestershire based hotel, The Wood Norton, and national Education Technology firm, e-Careers Limited.
The agency first started working with Wright in November 2015, and were contracted to provide personal PR representation, together with an overarching PR strategy for Climb Online – the digital marketing agency he founded and launched on winning series 10 of The Apprentice.
Impressed by the service he has and continues to receive, Wright approached Make More Noise for investment in September 2017, and now, as a Director of the firm, will play a key role in scaling the company and supporting accelerated growth – with expansion into Birmingham firmly in sight.
Hannah confirmed: “Both the team and I are extremely excited about Mark’s investment into Make More Noise, and feel he will be a true asset to the agency’s growth over the coming years.”
“His business capability is showcased in the outstanding success of Climb Online – which is the only Apprentice-born business to have turned over in excess of £1 million during its first year of trading, and now boasts four office locations across the UK. Mark’s investment into Make More Noise is certainly the best way to celebrate our second year in business, and I am very excited to see what the future holds.”
Make More Noise sets itself aside from other PR and Marketing agencies through industry leading customer service, together with its innovative ability to create integrated PR and Marketing campaigns that deliver real results.
Mark confirmed: “PR is a sector that has always interested me, and one that is becoming increasingly important to digital marketing, as Google continues to place high value on quality content that directly engages web users.”
“I have worked with Hannah and the Make More Noise team for two years now and have always been impressed by the service and results received – therefore an investment into the firm seemed an obvious step, and is one I am very excited about. Hannah and I already have a number of game-changing plans in place, with one of the first being an expansion into Birmingham!”
Wright secured the Apprentice winners title in December 2014 and has remained the most successful winner to date through the impressive growth of digital marketing agency, Climb Online.
Profitable from month two, and able to return Lord Sugar’s initial investment of £250,000 by month nine, Climb Online now works with over 450 businesses from across the UK and Overseas including household brands Groupon, Be Wiser Insurance and Karma Kola.