SushiSushi is a UK online supplier and retailer specialising in the art of Japanese cuisine. They supply the finest quality ingredients and first-class Japanese hardware.
Having secured funding to create a public mural celebrating the stories of local people Things Made Public needed a digital agency to help them engage the community for this project.
As a registered charity, Orangutans SOS were eligible for a charity Google Ad Grants account, they needed a partner who could activate at pace and that shared their green values.
Slim’s Detailing had been experiencing tracking issues with their incumbent agency, who were unable to get their Google Ads and Google Analytics to reconcile with each other accurately.
With a limited team and a lack of specialist digital skills internally, the charity Blueprint for All turned to Climbing Trees to help set up and implement their Google Ads Grant efficiently.
The aim of this project was to take over Olympus’s Google and Bing ad accounts and improve the performance of both. The client also wanted to improve communication from their agency partner.
SMT Volvo chose Climbing Trees due to Climbing Trees’ flexibility, adaptability, ability to scale up and down as required, and willingness to understand the client in order to maximise the effect of the campaign.
Anorak were facing challenges with their Google Ads campaigns, some of which had a rather poor return on investment. Wanting to increase their return on investment, they contacted Climbing Trees.
Avanti decided to pick Climbing Trees since our ‘passion, drive to go the extra mile and ability to constantly evolve’ set us apart, in the words of Kelly Edwards, Avanti’s Content and SEO Manager.
Climbing Trees were recommended to Kemtron by their web designer, who identified that now that they had a good website, they needed to ensure it was seen through SEO.