Manchester-based, B2B inbound marketing agency, Axon Garside, has been awarded Platinum status as HubSpot partner in recognition of supporting industrial businesses across Greater Manchester during the digital boom.
Axon Garside reached Gold status not long before the move to their new headquarters in Manchester’s Northern Quarter last year and have recently achieved Platinum status after a number of new client wins in the technology and industrial sectors.
After three years of wholly focusing on implementing HubSpot and delivering inbound marketing campaigns, the certification makes Axon Garside the first Manchester-based HubSpot Platinum Partner.
Managing director, Ian Guiver said: “As 1 of 12 platinum HubSpot partners in the UK and first agency in Manchester, our newly tiered status is a testament to our team’s hard work and is further proof of our inbound marketing success. It also confirms that our move to Manchester’s creative hub was the right decision.
"As 1 of 12 platinum HubSpot partners in the UK and first agency in Manchester, our newly tiered status is a testament to our teams hard work and is further proof of our inbound marketing success."
Ian Guiver, managing director of Axon Garside
“Our strength is our ability to guide clients in making what are often the big changes that are necessary to realise the opportunities of the digital economy. This is a really important milestone for the agency."
The HubSpot Partner Tier program is designed to acknowledge those Agency Partners who have not only brought the inbound message to the most clients, but also those who executed inbound marketing services to the highest standards.
HubSpot sales manager, Diarmuid Walsh said: “Axon Garside have recently become a HubSpot platinum partner due to their continued ability to deliver consistent value to their clients.
“By value, they clearly show their clients how many new customers they can generate for them. Axon Garside’s team of professionals, combined with world leading technology, makes them forerunners of marketing techniques in this ever changing field.
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