Tayburn announces series of UK and international business wins

Left to right are Richard Simpson and Malcolm Stewart of Tayburn (by Stewart Attwood)

Tayburn has announced a string of UK and international business wins as the award-winning brand-led digital agency that marked its 40th anniversary earlier this year builds on a strong start to the financial year.

Global consultancy AECOM has hired Tayburn to deliver a Building Information Modelling (BIM) digital product for Network Rail. Montreal-headquartered Dorel Juvenile, the company behind infant and baby products like Maxi-Cosi and Quinny, has been working with Tayburn to support its group-wide transformation programme including educating Dorel’s global workforce via digital channels, and a recent client project involves brand and website development with SpeakUnique, a voicebank service that helps people who have lost or are losing their voice.

The product, developed at the University of Edinburgh and now a market leader in the field, continues to be developed in partnership with the Euan MacDonald Centre, a research centre which provides vital research into motor neurone disease.

Tayburn Joint Managing Director Malcolm Stewart said: “The client wins we are announcing today have been secured off the back of our growing reputation for helping brands to realise spectacular value. It’s also notable that we’re now engaging in increasing levels of international activity, in terms of both international clients and supporting UK brands to internationalise.”

Tayburn Joint Managing Director Richard Simpson said: “Recent business wins have added significant revenue for the year but more importantly are taking Tayburn to the next level in terms of our overall digital offering and track record.”

Last month, Tayburn announced a series of hires and a promotion to signal the digital focus that the business now has. This follows a strong first half to the financial year with gross income up by 22% year-on-year. 

Tayburn is also set to announce a new board appointment later this month and the agency counts Heineken, Scottish Rugby, The Weir Group, FNZ, Boë Gin and Skyscanner on its client list.

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