Our client history
Our collective members have worked for many high-profile national and international business, charity and professional organisations: Save the Children, Facebook, Cancer Research UK, Royal Society, British Heart Foundation, Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, British Pregnancy Advisory Service, No Smoking Day Campaign, Royal College of Nursing, Charities Trust, Department of Health, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Unison, Hertfordshire County Council, Accenture, Infectious Media, The Sun, The Mirror, National Union of Students and many more.
Our current clients sharing the love
We launched in 2013, but already we've got a lovely bunch of clients who we're excited to be working with, we'd love you to join us.
"Before hiring Wildfire Collective, Gesti was failing to get noticed and securing new clients was tough, but their thorough research of our industry, competitor analysis, meticulous planning, insightful promotion strategies and their support in focussing our minds on which clients to target has been invaluable – we're just about to launch our new website under their guidance, and their positive can-do attitude and trusted actions for our upcoming marketing campaign, means – we're all set to be the best of the best! Thank you". James Blanksby, Owner, Gesti Gas and Electrical, London.
"We worked with Wildfire whilst going through structural changes within our business, their advice helped guide us through a company re-brand and re-launch, giving us the platform to prosper, even during the economic downturn. Can't recommend them highly enough". Steven Revell, Director, Maleon, Hertfordshire.
"Wildfire Collective gave invaluable marketing and public relations support to launch the campaign for Brix Theatre, a new community outreach space within the heart of Brixton. Working with Sarah, Wildfire's director, was fun, and her advice on promotion was spot on. I'd highly recommend you choose Wildfire" John Rolph, Founder, Brix Theatre, London.
"Wildfire Collective have supported our charity and social enterprise, the Outlook Organisation, through a rebrand, relaunch and re-emergence into a crowded personal development marketplace. We were struggling to meet our promotional and attendance targets and without Wildfire's support, we were in trouble. Now, we are ready to put our organisation right back where it should be, at centre stage, and we're hugely positive about our future. The fact that they have given us their support for free, is unheard of in the business world, and it's this generosity and social responsibility, coupled with their proactive expertise, which gives Wildfire their true edge. We're so happy to have them on board". Penny Mallinson, Trustee, The Outlook Organisation.