Quiet Storm wins place on UK Government’s advertising roster

quiet storm on government's advertising roster

Quiet Storm, the independent creative agency, said it has won a place on the Government’s advertising roster.

The development means it is now a part of the Communications Marketplace, which supports the UK Government and public sector bodies to run public service campaigns.

UK Government’s advertising roster

The agency, which also works with Google, Haribo, and Women’s Equality Party, joins the Government’s Communications Marketplace Dynamic Purchasing System, alongside other notable agencies such as Engine and M&C Saatchi.

Compliance requirements to meet the Government framework and be considered for inclusion on the roster are strenuous, the agency said. 

The opportunity is open to all SMEs, but if a business fails to meet just one of the many compulsory benchmarks, it is immediately disqualified from participating.

Agencies have to prove their merits on a wide range of levels, including everything from diversity and inclusion, gender equality and sustainability to ESG (environmental, social, and governance) standards, future plans and more.

Rania Robinson, CEO & Managing Partner said: “In the 25-year history of the agency we have been dedicated to driving positive social change through our pro bono work and our own initiatives. 

“To be able to do this on a larger scale with the government is an incredible opportunity.”

Quiet Storm is an employee-owned purpose-led creative agency.

It is an industry leader in championing and advancing diversity through Create Not Hate, a non-profit organisation founded by Quiet Storm that aims to get underrepresented young people into the creative industries whilst tackling social issues that hold them back.

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