Harbour have added significant new production capabilities to their Collective in the wake of a run of new client wins.
Mick Mahoney, creative partner of Harbour commented: “Harbour is gaining recognition as a flexible model for progressive clients, but I also want us to be known for the strength of our creative output. Which means having the strongest Collective partners possible and constantly looking to up our game.”
The two new Collective partners are The Producers (events / experiential) and Soundtree (music / sound), with Mahoney adding: “We’re delighted that these two have chosen to join Harbour, and there are more to follow.”
Emily Koppit, head of client services at The Producers, commented: “We are delighted to be the new experiential and events partner within the Harbour Collective. Our approach has always been to create experiences that transcend the experiential or events channel, and seamlessly integrate across channels, to emotionally connect with our audiences. We are, therefore, excited to produce an eclectic mix of events to support Harbour.”
Harbour is an independent communications collective that sits at the heart of a collective of specialist agencies, originally founded in 2017 by Paul Hammersley. Mick Mahoney and Kevin Chesters joined in April last year.
Jay James, MD at Soundtree Music, said: "Working with Mick has always been a privilege. He brings out the best in every creative opportunity and has an incredible knack of landing ideas and work safely and bravely. We’re really excited to be, both musically and sonically, part of this collective.”
- Jay James
Paul Hammersley, managing partner concluded: “Harbour has evolved and grown significantly this year. It was always our intention to further strengthen the Collective’s capabilities in response to our client’s needs. Expect some more exciting names in the next few weeks”.