PR, digital and design agency Clark has further boosted its tech credentials by adding The Data Lab to its tech client roster.
The win, which followed a competitive pitch process, will see Clark.tech – Clark’s technology boutique – provide public relations services to the innovation centre. The agency will work in partnership with Quantum Communications, which will provide public affairs services to The Data Lab following the joint tender.
Lesley Brydon, Managing Director of Clark, said: “This win further reinforces our strength and position in the market for supporting innovative technology organisations. The Data Lab has long established a positive reputation for championing the use of data and AI within businesses of all shapes and sizes. We believe that this commands attention from stakeholders not only in Scotland but across the UK. The team will be working closely with the innovation centre to do just that, as well as support wider events and strategies.”
To underpin this continued growth, Clark has recruited David Martin and Hannah Walker to join the business as Account Director and Account Executive, respectively. David brings a decade’s worth of experience in the UK tech sector, having worked with several global technology companies, including Microsoft, Casio, Acxiom and Three Mobile. Both new hires will be key to helping Clark.tech continue to grow.
Clark has also welcomed Stephanie Fulton as Senior Account Manager. Stephanie brings considerable business to business expertise following several years working in the oil and gas sector, having joined the business from the Net Zero Technology Centre in Aberdeen.
Brydon added: “Clark is going from strength-to-strength, and we’re delighted to welcome David, Stephanie and Hannah to the team. All three have fantastic experience and will play a crucial role in our ongoing growth as we look to support more of Scotland’s leading businesses and public sector organisations to gain the recognition they deserve.”
Clark.tech, Clark’s technology-focused PR boutique, has also added ETB Technologies and LetTech Solutions to its client list. Other Clark.tech clients include Cloudsoft and Scottish Business Resilience Centre.