It has been a busy time for Great Yarmouth-based PR and marketing agency TMS Media.
The company has launched a major new website for a county-wide employment project and picked up three new sites for other organisations. Its busy web department is currently working on 20 new websites and database projects, including two for international clients.
TMS has also learned that it has won a competitive bid to project manage a major energy conference and exhibition for the next two years.
“It’s an exciting time for us,” said managing director Steve Scott. “Norwich has long been seen as the region’s creative centre, and there are some great companies there, but we’re showing that with competitive pricing, quality work and fast turn-round we can offer a real alternative in Great Yarmouth.
“The influx of work, including lots of PR for clients, has enabled us to take on two new members of staff, including a fourth journalist and a photographer who is also a film maker. The 13 talented people TMS employs are a key factor in the company’s recent successes.
“While we are winning work with bigger clients, we are also continuing to see enquiries from small companies and start-ups keen to tap into those talents.”
TMS built a website for Norfolk Community College, which helps over-25s who have been out of work for a long time to find employment. Soon after the website’s launch TMS was commissioned to create sites for a boatbuilder, a mobility supplies company and a membership organisation.
Among other projects the company is working on are a complex vendor portal for a Scandinavian client and an online mapping system for supply chain companies operating in the offshore wind industry in the UK, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark and Belgium.
Hard on the heels of being commissioned to design and build a new website for the East of England Energy Group, TMS won a competitive tender to project manage the organisation’s annual Southern North Sea conference and exhibition for the next two years. Planning for the next event at the Norfolk Showground on March 14th and 15th 2018 has already begun.