A CREATIVE agency in Radcliffe has been given a treble chance to shine going into 2020.

Bosses at Think Design, in Brighton House, have clinched a hat-trick of major briefs from clients based in the borough.

The Turks Road outfit has been asked to complete a full rebrand for HR consultancy People Matters, to replace some 'dated' branding and better reflect their future ambitions.

This has extended from fresh logos to exhibitions stands and corporate messaging, for Think's managing director Paul Grogan and his team.

Managing director Niel Cope said: "Think Design have been a fantastic creative force for us for through this entire project.

"Paul's talent, imagination and honest, straight-talking approach have meant we've pushed the industry boundaries and the rebrand has been pivotal in taking our business to the next level."

Another challenge was for the agency to enable Military Standard Training, in Bury, to make strides as Evolve Military College.

Specialists in alternative education provisions, the company has already opened up a new centre in Burnley, with hopes of extending their reach still further.

One solution crafted by Think was a bold design package, with contrasting photos of young people in military and civilian clothing and strong typography.

The third brief saw the agency reaffirm its relationship with another Radcliffe company, LK Group, which specialises in dealing with contaminated land, flood risks and drainage schemes, developing a new Wordpress-based website.

Helen Bennett, their business development and marketing manager, said: "Our rebrand has hit the spot and we certainly stand out from our competitors. Our banner was highlighted as the 'most effective example of good branding' at a recent event we attended – high praise indeed."

Mr Grogan added: "We have clients right across the UK and beyond. But there is always something special about working with our home town businesses."