As we said previously, all events need cash to fund them, which is why we’re pleased to annouce the first of our primary sponsors – KMP Digitata. KMP were really keen to get on board with Speak the Web in order to promote communication between agencies in the North West as well as encouraging designers and developers to learn new skills.
We’d like to take this opportunity to thank KMP for their help and support with getting Speak the Web off the ground.
A little bit about KMP
KMP Digitata were established in 1991 and have been working in Digital space since 1995.
They are a group of innovative and exciting digital marketing practitioners, creatives, client side and server side developers based in Manchester. KMP Digitata excel at creating and managing user-centric digital experiences that deliver outstanding ROI for their clients, who include Asda, Manchester Airport Group, Barclaycard, Makro, British Gas and The Open University.
Since their inception, KMP have been at the forefront of cutting edge technology and marketing strategies as well as dedicating themselves to discovering and nurturing fresh talent, many of which you will find carrying on their ethos within various digital agencies and blue chip companies throughout the North of England.
KMP Digitata strive to be a source of original ideas and content and encourage all employees to proactively explore their specific areas of inspiration in order for the knowledge gained to be transferred to colleagues, clients and peers within the digital space we all share.
KMP director Gez Daring commented about supporting Speak the Web:
We are proud to be sponsoring Speak the Web which embodies the culture we endeavor to champion here at KMP Digitata. The North of England is a hotbed of creativity and we look forward to the thoughts of our established experts and the introduction of new talent who will take our region forward.
Want to get invovled?
If you want to help out with Speak the Web, why not get in touch we have a couple of sponsorship opportunitiess still available.