Happy celebrates 13 years in business
B lackpool-based marketing and creative agency, Happy Creative is celebrating another milestone as September marks 13 years in business.
The full service agency has been busy spreading happiness to its clients across the UK since its inception. Proud of their unique organisational culture they measure their success based on their client’s happiness.
Founded by Chief Happy Karen Lambert in 2005, these original values are still going strong today, by inspiring its clients to achieve goals above their expectations. This has gone a long way in developing the business and its workforce has grown from just two at its creation to double figures as it celebrates another year of business.
Speaking about Happy’s birthday, Chief Happy Karen, said: “We’re thrilled and very proud to be celebrating 13 years in business. From nothing, we have created something quite special. The land-scape has changed so much over the years and we’ve had to adapt our services to suit the de-mands of the market. There have been some trying moments as there are with running any busi-ness, but together we have overcome them.”
“Our continued success has been down to our unique culture reinforced every day by a wonderful team. It takes a special kind of person to be a Happy.”
With an international team of account managers, a trio of skilled designers, web developers, mar-keting and PR experts who are dedicated to their client’s needs. Happy Creative has also worked with a number of global brands over the years and has had their work translated into a number of languages including Hungarian, Polish, South African plus many more.
Happy works with a diverse portfolio of clients, creating long-term enduring brands for the likes of Napthens Solicitors, Prestige Medical, Cambridge University Press, Blackpool Council, Houndshill Shopping Centre and Octego, a full service utilities company.
Karen added “We have reached this key milestone by believing in who we are, by being courageous to adapt to an ever changing world and by listening to what businesses want. I think this puts us in a strong position to replicate our success in the future.”