Jackloc, the creators of the original range of universal window and door restrictors, and winners of the 2017 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation, has appointed Purplex Marketing as its PR agency.
Based in Leicestershire, Jackloc produces cable structures used across a diverse range of organisations and sectors including hotel chains, health authorities and building contractors.
The manufacturer has appointed Purplex to develop a multi-channel marketing strategy to support its products range, as well as its recent honour of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation 2017.
Sam Cross, account director at Purplex, commented that the agency is ‘thrilled to be working with Jackloc’. He said:
“This is an outstanding achievement for any UK business and provides Jackloc with a well-established award which is proven to propel businesses onto the world stage. Through PR initially, for both UK and international press, Purplex will further Jackloc’s strong position as a global brand and a byword for innovation and safety.”
Contact Purplex Marketing:
502 Worle Park Way,
Golden Cross House
8 Duncannon Street
Tel: 01934 808132
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