Region’s oldest communications agency marks 10 years since rebrand
PUBLISHED: 11:46 04 April 2018 | UPDATED: 11:46 04 April 2018
The region’s longest running creative agency, which was founded in 1963, has marked 10 years since rebranding.
Norwich firm Four was first established as Anglian Publicity Services by the promotions manager of Anglia Television who saw the opportunity to start a communications company outside of London.
Since then it has evolved into a design and public relations agency through organic growth and acquisitions and was renamed Four in 2008. The seven-strong team is now led by managing director Peter Treglown and creative director Scott Rozier.
Mr Rozier said: “We deliver on four key areas which we believe are the most important elements of being able to work as extension of our client’s marketing teams.”
Four works with both local and national clients across a range of sectors including Flagship Group, Norwich Airport, Anglian Home Improvements and Inchcape UK.