DLR Media selected as agency partner for Scottish Building Federation’s digital transformation project
DLR Media, a full-service web and marketing agency, has been appointed by the Scottish Building Federation (SBF) as their agency for a new digital transformation project. The project will include a new digital and communications strategy, refreshed branding and marketing materials, a new CRM and membership system, improved member communications, a new website and members area, and remote working flexibility for digital working.
“We are thrilled to be working with SBF on this exciting digital transformation project,” said Daniel Rosie, Managing Director of DLR Media. “Our team is dedicated to helping SBF reach new heights in their digital presence, and we look forward to bringing our expertise to the table to help them achieve their goals.”
Vaughan Hart, Managing Director of SBF, added: “SBF has always been committed to serving our members with the best possible support and services. By partnering with DLR Media, we aim to provide our members with even better communications and digital resources, making it easier for them to achieve their business goals.”
DLR Media and SBF will work together to provide the Scottish building industry with a refreshed digital presence, improved member communications, and an innovative digital solution for their business needs. The Scottish Building Federation was established in 1895 to represent the interests of employers in the Scottish building industry and has a long-standing history of representing the interests and aspirations of its members throughout Scotland.
About DLR Media: DLR Media is a full-service web and marketing agency based in Dundee with offices throughout the UK and Ireland. They offer a range of services including web design, branding, ecommerce, social media management, and SEO to help businesses thrive online.
About Scottish Building Federation: The Scottish Building Federation was established in 1895 to represent the interests of employers working in the Scottish building industry and to foster cooperation among its members on the basis of shared ideals, collective needs, and collaborative business practices.