Digital marketing agency Tecmark has renewed its successful partnership with Rentalcars.com after signing a content marketing deal with the world’s largest car hire booking service.
Tecmark will produce content designed to maximise and support Rentalcars.com’s online brand activity and increase engagement with consumers.
Tecmark managing director Richard Heyes said: “We’re delighted with this agreement. Rentalcars.com are one of the most forward-thinking, dynamic companies in Manchester and their recent expansion shows just how successful they’ve been.
“It’s great to be using our expertise to work on a content marketing campaign designed to further drive forward the Rentalcars.com brand.”
Rentalcars.com recently agreed this year’s largest city centre property deal in Manchester, taking 38,000 sq ft and creating 200 jobs at new premises on Fountain Street.
Chris Walker of Rentalcars.com said: “It’s been an exciting year for everyone connected with Rentalcars.com and we’re thrilled to be teaming up with Tecmark once more.
“We’re always keen to try new things with consumers and see Tecmark as a great partner to start engaging with them in different ways.”
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