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Mammoth co-founders Paul Martin and Jeremy Poots

Mammoth co-founders Paul Martin and Jeremy Poots

Mammoth co-founders Paul Martin and Jeremy Poots

Brand agency Mammoth is creating 20 new jobs after landing new contracts worth almost £10m.

The new contracts for Tourism Northern Ireland, University of Exeter, National University of Ireland Galway, and new Irish & UK energy market entrant, Bright have further boosted growth at the agency, which currently employs over 50 staff across the three offices.

Co-founder, Jeremy Poots, said: “We are delighted to win such sizeable contracts, especially with the backdrop of COVID – which made these contract wins even more important – and now we have an immediate need to add a wide range of new positions for designers, developers, data analysts, film producers, animators and client services.”

And co-founder Paul Martin, said: “We won these contracts due to the two areas where Mammoth specialise: brand re-invention and digital transformation.”

“Due to Covid, clients are having to dramatically re-invent and reposition their business offering very rapidly for this new world – and our large team across brand/digital/social/video/and analytics are uniquely placed to take these campaigns to market through social media and advertising campaigns – helped by a recent investment in a new purpose built video and content studio, with an ‘infinity curve’ wall and portable kitchen for food shoots at our new flagship headquarters in Royal Avenue.”

The Mammoth co-founders expect the growth to continue ins spite of the issues caused by the pandemic.

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