Posted on February 28, 2018 by staff

New client wins for Gary Neville-backed e3creative


The Manchester digital agency part owned by ex-footballer Gary Neville has secured three new international clients.

E3creative, which has offices in Manchester, Newcastle and London, has welcomed Phillips Consulting, a management consulting firm in West Africa, to its international client roster.

It has also recently signed a contract with, a New York-based eCommerce venture that specialises in customisable fashion accessories.

Both of these new accounts have turned to e3creative for digital projects, aiming to grow their  brand’s presence in the UK as well as internationally.

“The international opportunities e3creative is receiving is in direct response to the world-class products and ground-breaking strategies our teams are outputting for some of the most recognisable brands,” said founder Jake Welsh.

“With intuitive user experience designs and multilingual interfaces, we’ve naturally gained global recognition and haven’t actively looked for new opportunities outside of the UK, yet as a brand, we’re constantly pushing boundaries and welcome the new partnerships.”

Also joining e3creative is Swedish company BTI Studio, one of the world’s largest localisation companies providing dubbing, subtitling, access services and media solutions in all languages. It works with broadcast networks from 20th Century Fox to Amazon, BBC, Discovery Channel – and most recently provided live subtitles for the 2018 Winter Olympics.

E3creative generated a turnover of £2.6m in 2017, an increase of 47 per cent from the previous year.