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Coolgrey Connected presents new offering

Wednesday, 27th November, 2019 4:32pm

A new entity which aims to help businesses “to optimise brand communications and engagement for clients” was launched recently.

Coolgrey Connected is a strategic collaboration of a number of different companies and was launched in October with a breakfast briefing for member clients and associates at the Coolgrey Creative Studio on Tramore Road.

The collaborative partners involved are Coolgrey,, Narration and Leigh Gillen Events and the companies believe that a “synergy that exists between the companies in their collective approach to providing the best possible creative communications services to clients”.

Anthony Cotter, Co-Owner and Creative Director at Coolgrey, commented: “We’ve been amazed by the positive and inquisitive reaction of clients, and the wider business community, to the introduction of Coolgrey Connected.”

“Collaboration isn’t a new concept - the Coolgrey Connected initiative simply represents a strategic approach to optimising value-adding services through resource, expertise and knowledge sharing between like-minded businesses whose service offerings enhance and complement each other, to the benefit of the client.”

At the launch, guests enjoyed an informal breakfast networking opportunity in warm friendly surroundings, before Stephen Ryan of Narration and 24 Stories introduced the speakers, and hosted a lively interactive panel discussion to explore the rationale behind the Coolgrey Connected concept and define what it means for clients. To find more on Coolgrey Connected, email or call 021-4322721.

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