The creative division of award-winning agency jamjar has been appointed to two new public sector design frameworks.
The Cowbridge-based agency has been added to the Welsh Government’s Communication and Marketing Framework for Creative Design and Branding services and Bath and North East Somerset Council’s Framework for Graphic Design Services.
The four-year Welsh Government Framework will see jamjar provide creative design and branding services to the Welsh Government in areas including Education, Health, Business & Tourism, Natural Resources, Communities, Culture and Sport. The framework can also be used by bodies funded by Welsh Government including Local Authorities in Wales; NHS Wales health boards; Higher and further education bodies in Wales; Wales Council for Voluntary Action and associated bodies; Police and crime commissioners and police forces in England and Wales; national park, and fire and rescue authorities in Wales.
The agency will also provide creative advice, brand development and graphic design services to Bath and North East Somerset Council in a four-year framework.
These latest public sector contract wins add to jamjar’s inclusion on frameworks for Life Science Hub Wales and Social Care Wales.
Head of Creative at jamjar, Anna Taylor-Jarvis, said:
“Designing creative content for campaigns, brands and communications is becoming an integral part of the work we do here, and we are excited to have been appointed to these frameworks. We’re all really proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish this year and look forward to more of the same in the coming months.”
jamjar was established back in 2012 as a PR agency but quickly diversified its offering to include digital, social, marketing and creative as a result of organic growth and client demand.
The creative division at jamjar specialises in the design of impactful, bilingual communications, branding and campaign materials, for clients including ScoutsCymru and NHS Wales Informatics Service.
Managing Director of jamjar, Lyndsey Jenkins, said:
“We’ve invested heavily in our creative division over the last 18 months and this is paying dividends with a number of new contract wins. We’re delighted to have been added to these prestigious public sector frameworks which is testament to the team, reputation and offering we have built up.”