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Date: 15/10/2014

The Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, visited the ambitious Midlands creative communications agency Superdream following the acquisition of new premises to house its digital centre of excellence.

The Bromsgrove MP visited the company in Stoke Prior to learn first-hand about the company’s rapid growth and success on both the national and international stage. The firm has expanded rapidly this year, making major senior appointments across all divisions and securing a number of major account wins including Cookes Furniture, Endsleigh Insurance, and Automated Packaging Systems in the US, as well as securing campaigns in Germany, Japan and India for major children’s services client Core Assets.

Superdream MD Jason Manning, said:
“Our phenomenal success is founded on the quality of our people. It was great that Sajid was able to meet the whole team, including our new apprentices and to learn about our vision for the business, including our expanding digital and analytics capabilities.

“We are always looking for ways to help our clients to outperform their competitors and to thrive in their respective markets. Reliable data sourcing is the key to improving our future campaigns; clients want creative ideas that are founded on thorough research and provide proper insights with measurable results.

“At Superdream we pride ourselves on being agile, client focussed and unafraid of risk. I want to create a team of hybrid marketeers, who can combine fresh and exciting ideas with the expertise of data scientists.   I believe that the marketplace has changed and that we can no longer rely on gut instinct alone to create the perfect pitch, or to execute a truly great campaign. Superdream Analytics will provide the ultimate addition to our armoury. A combination of having the right people and the right insight to deliver powerful campaigns.”