It is official…UDG wins another blue chip client to add to their already stellar list of brands!
As of 1st October 2014 United Digital Group (UDG) are the lead partner on T.M.Lewin’s affiliate marketing strategy globally. UDG now manage all programmes across selected international markets including the UK, US, Australia, Germany, France and the rest of Europe.
UDG are responsible for anything affiliate marketing related when it comes to T.M.Lewin and are in the process of putting together a Christmas strategy and promotional calendar. Meetings are currently being arranged to discuss both online plans and multichannel activity over this busy period.
T.M.Lewin have a history of running successful marketing activity both online and in store which has contributed greatly to the growth of their programme. UDG are looking to build on this and are very excited at the prospects that lie ahead!
“We looked at a number of agencies, but we preferred UDG’s approach to growing international markets. UDG have the skills, experience and expertise needed to achieve our goals.” Michael Boyle, T.M.Lewin.
To find out more about the UK T.M.Lewin programme please click here. If you are looking for more information on the international programs, please feel free to get in touch.
The account will be led at a global level by one of UDG’s most senior Key Account Managers, Jacob Jeffery, based in the London office in Waterloo. Please feel free to contact Jacob on Jacob@udg-uk.com or 0203 714 3982.
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The first T.M.Lewin store opened on Jermyn Street in 1898 and the British retailer been supplying quality business wear - including shirts, suits and accessories - for men and women ever since. The company still employs many of the same traditional manufacturing techniques pioneered by its founder, Thomas Mayes Lewin, and excellent craftsmanship, choice and value remain the driving force behind the brand. Today there are 90 T.M.Lewin stores in the UK with further stores opening in countries across the rest of the world - including Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia.