MADEBRAVE, the branding, creative technology and digital marketing agency, has won a significant account with Tennent’s Lager owner C&C Group.

The firm, founded in 2012, has reported record revenues £2.78 million and is forecasting a further increase in both headcount - currently 43 - and revenues to £4m in the year ahead as it expands its operations in Glasgow, Edinburgh and London.

Andrew Dobbie, chief executive and founder of MadeBrave, said the C&C account “represents one of our biggest and most exciting wins to date”, adding: “More importantly, we get to work with a great team and a fantastic stable of exciting brands.”

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Duncan Frew, of Dublin-based C&C Group, which also has brands such as Magners and Heverlee, said: “It’s an exciting time as we continue to grow our brands throughout the UK, and we are delighted to be partnering with MadeBrave on the journey.”

Last year MadeBrave created the BornOriginal Group following the acquisition of the Campfire agency, with Campfire founder Lewis Phillips and MadeBrave’s chief operating officer Stephen Weir both joining the group’s board as directors and co-owners, and Mr Phillips remaining in position as chief executive of Campfire.

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MadeBrave said Campfire brings a new range of film production and motion graphics capabilities to the group, as well as bolstering MadeBrave’s brand, tech and marketing capabilities.

Other recent client wins include international premium spirits company Edrington, where MadeBrave is now a digital partner to Famous Grouse and is currently building its brand site, while supporting Naked Grouse around social media, website build, campaigns and brand films.

Campfire has also just completed a project supporting the launch of a new camera for Shenzen-headquartered advanced drone and camera manufacturer DJI.