Allott and Associates Ltd has proved there is life after Brexit after winning contracts for its integrated marketing services from companies in Germany, the United States and Australia following the UK’s surprise vote to leave the European Union.
Specialist wheat starch supplier Kröner Stärke in Germany, a renowned global leader in security and risk management solutions based in the United States and Australian on-site gas generation business, Oxair, have all signed contracts post Brexit with award-winning Allott and Associates to provide customised PR and marketing solutions for their respective target sectors.
Yorkshire and London-based agency Allott and Associates did not let the referendum result deter it from the job of winning international contracts against stiff foreign competition – and its ability to clinch these deals is a pointer to what can be achieved, says managing director Philip Allott.
He said: “We are delighted that these internationally renowned companies have come on board with Allott and Associates. The recent Olympics demonstrated that the British can punch above their weight overseas and we are no exception to that. We are dedicated to delivering a first-class, multiplatform service across a variety of different sectors and global regions.”
The decision to leave the EU has ruffled many feathers but Allott and Associates’ success in winning overseas business demonstrates that with the right product, skill sets and determination, UK companies can trade successfully in the post Brexit era.