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SNAP London Wins Good Hemp



SNAP London will develop the brand strategy and creative to launch the new chilled milk into the market

SNAP London Wins Good Hemp

SNAP London has been appointed lead creative agency for Good Hemp and will be working on the immediate launch of their new chilled milk product into key retailers.

Good Hemp was founded by Glynis Murray and Henry Braham in 1998, when they discovered hemp seeds growing on their farm. Since then, they’ve been on a mission to share the positive impact hemp can have on our health and environment.

SNAP London will develop the brand strategy and creative to launch the new chilled milk into the market, and work on other products in the future. The work will be developed using SNAP’s new Sprint model, specifically designed for entrepreneurial clients who need to take their brand to market quickly and with impact.

Glyn Murray, co-founder of Good Hemp, said:

“Henry and I were struck at how quickly the team at SNAP understood our unique advertising challenge. Their creative was from the start, smart and witty but never wavered from our core message. Good guys. Clever guys. ”

Louisa Fielding, Managing Partner of SNAP London, added:

“From our first meetings with Glyn and the team we knew this would be a great brand to work on, with a passionate team of people behind it. No one really knows much about hemp and all the reasons why it’s so brilliant, but hopefully we can change that over the coming months and years – first stop Hemp Milk!”

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Snap London, Thu, 09 Aug 2018 10:12:03 GMT