History Will Be Kind teams up with Kärcher

By Craig Daveson in Marcoms News on
History Will Be Kind has announced cleaning equipment company Kärcher as the company’s newest client this week.
HWBK managing partner Emma-Jane Granleese said that her team “can’t wait to get cracking” on the Kärcher account, which will include promoting the company’s share-of-voice whilst working to launch new products for both consumer and trade audiences.
Kärcher business unit manager Phil Springall said that company, which is best known for its high-pressure cleaner, was“ excited to kick start a new strategic approach to communications”.
“HWBK’s agile approach, expertise and focus on innovation aligns perfectly with Kärcher and we look forward to working collaboratively with the cross-discipline team,” he said.

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