A Bury-based creative agency, Think, has won three new clients who have all enlisted the team’s digital expertise.

One of the newest clients is Slattery Patissier & Chocolatiers based in Whitefield who approached them to create a new website as their previous version was no longer fit for purpose or reflected its current offering to customers.

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The two other clients are a café and bar owned by the University of Salford - The Old Firestation Café and Bar - who want Think to create a cohesive brand and develop a website and a glazing company based in Dewsbury who want an updated website.

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Paul Grogan, founder and creative director at Think said: “We’re incredibly proud of the depth of expertise our team has and the range of services we are able to offer.

“To have such a volume of work coming through for our website team is a real testament to the high standard of work that they deliver.

“To have well-known brands such as Slattery come to us with such a brilliant brief is amazing, but we also love the newer companies that are getting in touch, allowing us to really demonstrate our creative abilities for campaigns such as The Old Firestation Café and Bar.

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“It just shows that no two days are the same and the teams are always challenged to show their true talents.”