No Brainer earns coveted spot in UK's top
100 start ups
A pair of Cheshire based entrepreneurs who launched a creative PR and
communications agency in 2015 have seen their company leap into a list of
Britain's 100 best start ups.
Gary Jenkins and Lee Cullen formed No Brainer in Warrington less than 2 years
ago and since then have seen their PR, social media and content marketing
business grow rapidly, garnering a clutch of national clients and top industry
Independently judged, The Startups 100 2017 Index highlights the UK's most game
changing and pioneering new businesses. Compiled by:-
and AXA Business Insurance, the list reflects the country's thriving start up
community and innovative concepts which demonstrate:- "innovation, solid
financials, economic impact and ability to scale." Only 21 businesses outside of London have been acknowledged with the accolade,
with 'No Brainer' being 1 of only 3 businesses in the North West
to feature in the index.
Gary Jenkins, director and co-founder of No Brainer, said:- "This is a
huge achievement for No Brainer and the team are thrilled to have been
recognised on a national scale. We've worked incredibly hard over the past 2
years, establishing ourselves as a credible and innovative option for
businesses, whether household names or SME's, who want support when it comes to
telling their story in the most effective way possible. In a short space of time
we've enhanced our abilities and employed new and innovative practises to
strengthen our offering. We've got huge growth plans for the future and look
forward to building on this success going forward."
The agency currently works with a roster of national clients, including
HomeServe, Northern Powergrid, Sale Sharks and MBNA. It also works with a range
of Cheshire based clients including Aaron and Partners, Reaseheath College,
CH1ChesterBID and Results Through Digital.
No Brainer was also recently crowned:- 'New Agency of the Year' at
the PRmoment north awards and last year picked up the 'New Business of the
Year' title at the Warrington Business Awards.