Manchester-based digital marketing agency Dark Horse has won three new clients in the UAE.
It’s bolstering ahead with its ethos of disrupting the traditional agency approach by doing digital marketing differently to ensure that every client that it works with are SEO winners.
The agency is now going global having secured contracts with several new brands that operate within the UAE including Grout King, Tile King and Reno King.
The brands have appointed the digital marketing agency to take over its PPC and SEO campaigns to boost growth online in the UAE.
In addition to those UAE clients, the agency has recently won a raft of new business in the UK including award-winning UK outdoor brand Khyam, as well as Career Navig8r, the first dedicated mentoring platform focussed on job-role specific career guidance and development. Plus, Talos360, a market leader in talent software as service solution and online recruitment media that offers businesses in the UK a better way to attract, engage and retain the best talent to grow.
Michael Widgery at Grout King, explains: “I knew from the initial audit phase that Dark Horse was the right agency for us as it took the time to understand our goals and needs.”
“The experience of both the PCC and SEO team was clear from the outset, and we like that it rose to our challenges.”
Dark Horse’s managing director, John Keating, said: “We’ve done our homework and we’re confident that our famous ‘Dark Horse Digital Difference’ will be as successful in the UAE as it has been in the UK.”
“Dubai is the perfect location to build our business in the region and capitalise on growth opportunities as all three businesses are really focused on super-charged growth through digital.”
Dark Horse is a growing Google Premier Partner based in Manchester and recently rebranded with a new website and brand identity as it bolsters its reputation for pushing boundaries in digital marketing. It works best with brands that are bold, willing to challenge the status quo and “looking for innovative ways to take on the giants in their market.”