mmadigital completes client hat-trick

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24 August 2015


mmalogo-new200mmadigital, the online marketing agency for law firms, has won three new law firm clients, with top 100 firm Knights, Forster Dean and Bakers all appointing the agency.

The video team at mmadigital produced an in-depth video in support of Knights’ significant recruitment drive. As one of the fastest-growing law firms in the UK recruiting on average one new professional per week, the video forms part of its drive to recruit another 70 professionals over the next 12 months.

Forster Dean have turned to mmadigital to develop its new brand and accompanying website, which will be launched this autumn.

Cycling accident specialist Bakers appointed the agency to create a video that deliberately moves away from traditional personal injury advertisements to instead focus upon the freedom and pleasure cyclists experience on the open road.

“We’re really pleased with the video which mmadigital produced for us,” said David Beech, CEO for Knights. “When talking to people about joining Knights, the ability to fit into and thrive in our culture is the most important consideration. Video is an excellent way to portray the open, honest, collective and caring culture that we are all working so hard to nurture at Knights.”

Dez Derry, CEO, mmadigital says: “We’re really excited to have been appointed by Knights, Forster Dean and Bakers. Law firms are increasingly turning to video as a more personal way of promoting themselves as Knights and Bakers have done. While the rebranding work we’re delivering for Forster Dean is testament to the wider marketing briefs we are now receiving from law firms.”

These latest client wins follow mmadigital’s recent announcement that it has signed-up over 50 law firms to its Free Legal Advice Centre, the UK’s first online legal service offering consumers advice and guidance purely by video.

Firms including Stephensons, Hugh James, DAS Law, Roberts Jackson, Jefferies Solicitors and Scott Rees & Co all feature branded videos on the site covering over 20 legal disciplines including personal injury, employment and private client.



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