We have expanded the range of services they offer to include a full event management service and hired a new member of staff after being awarded two major contracts.
We were awarded the opportunity to re-brand national charity Disabled Motoring UK. As part of the re-brand process, we organised the Alps Challenge and were tasked with broadening the appeal of the charity to a younger audience. The Lively Crew achieved this by gaining the support of motor-racing star Nicolas Hamilton and children’s TV presenter Ade Adepitan, alongside Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson on the Alps Challenge. We have also been awarded a contract by South Norfolk Council to increase the online presence of businesses in the region, in readiness for the coming economic recovery.
Established by Director Valerie Bullard in 2002, wehave always been a full-service marketing company offering everything from PR and copy-writing to website maintenance and telesales, including event support, but is now expanding its event portfolio to include local, regional, national and international events.
The Alps Challenge will see a team from Disabled Motoring UK and The Lively Crew joined by notable disability rights campaigners secured by The Lively Crew, leave London, travel through France and cross the Swiss Alps on a 1932 Argson mobility trike.
We are also organising the inaugural Disabled Motoring UK Awards at the Goodwood Revival Festival in September.
In line with their expanded range of services, we have also expanded their workforce with the appointment of Jodie McGill as Business Development Executive. Jodie, 22, joins the team after graduating from the University of Coventry.
Jodie said: “I am delighted to be joining The Lively Crew at such an exciting point in their history. As an ambitious individual, to have the opportunity to be part of such a well-respected company, during this exciting expansion is fantastic. We now have a superb team at The Lively Crew, covering a massive range of disciplines and I am truly excited to be a part of it.”