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Ceuta Holdings acquires Creative Leap

The comms agency will continue to act as an independent business

Creative LeapCeuta Holdings, a consumer brand services organisation has acquired brand and communications agency Creative Leap.

Founded in 1996, Creative Leap is an integrated service that has a strong expertise in OTC, VMS and the personal care sectors.

David Gray, chief executive officer at Creative Leap, said: “We have successfully collaborated with Ceuta on a number of occasions in the last couple of years and have been impressed by their experience and professionalism.

“We are very excited to join Ceuta Group to deepen our collaboration and better serve the needs of our clients both in the UK and overseas.”

As part of the deal, Creative Leap will continue to operate as an independent business but will work closely with the other companies across Ceuta Group to collectively support and drive ‘outstanding’ results for their brands and clients.

Edwin Bessant, chief executive officer for Ceuta Group, said: “We are delighted to welcome Creative Leap to the Ceuta Group family.

“They are a highly respected business with a reputation for delivering exceptional results for their clients.

“Creative Leap will complement our integrated platform of services; allowing us to deliver additional value to our clients globally through their insight, expertise and deep understanding of the industry.”

Article by
Gemma Jones

6th September 2017

From: Marketing

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