Hey! Creative Communications, the boutique creative agency pioneered by 22-year-old entrepreneur Garrett O’Hare, has announced a partnership with global online marketing company Kor-Anga.
The Newry-headquartered company provides contemporary and online communications solutions. It has offices in London and Dublin and has plans to set up in New York.
Led by a group of “twentysomething”-year-olds who came to life during the ‘Bebo’ era in the early Noughties, the company boasts clients across four continents. It has successfully carried out campaigns for multinational corporations and big-name brands.
CEO Garrett O’Hare puts his success down to being “friends with the people that contemporary brands are targeting and we know exactly how to engage them, inspire them and encourage them to react”.
Israeli-based Kor-Anga offers end-to-end marketing service solutions for all online needs. Its aim is to increase conversions and improve its clients’ online presence.
Hey! group will be the the media medium through which Kor-Anga will access the UK and Ireland’s marketing industry. It will be working with the company to promote its services this side of the world, which includes the use of Kenshoo technology, a technology platform for search marketing and online advertising.
Kor-Anga’s services include optimised PPC campaign management powered by KENSHOO SEARCHä, SEO services, social media marketing, conversion optimisation analysis and targeted interactive media planning across all channels. It also provides online marketing budget allocation, analysis and strategic recommendations. The software employed by Kor-Anga, KENSHOO SEARCHä, will give Hey! a leading edge in the UK as a marketing company. Facebook, Orange, Air France and PayPal are clients of Kor-Anga, which is already reaping benefits from its software.
“The internet is the contemporary auditorium that we must utilise to broadcast our marketing campaigns and to connect with an ever growing audience. Our partnership with Koranga has given us the ability to help businesses develop and grow in a cost-effective and results-driven manner. In these difficult times, especially, it is so important that we expand our horizons and use all avenues possible to connect with and engage our customers,” said O’Hare.