Matthew Neville

Leeds digital agency expands talent pool by launching “ambitious” freelance initiative

Leeds based digital agency, twentysix, has this week launched twentysix plus, a new initiative offering freelancers from across the UK a formal opportunity to join the agency’s growing freelance community.

The programme aligns with twentysix’s approach to “championing flexibility, embracing agility”, and its commitment to working with the “best, diverse” talent that represents the world in which we live.

The scheme is open to freelancers across all specialisms, including project managers, creatives, developers, right through to SEOs and paid media experts.

It offers individuals the opportunities to work with “ground-breaking” startups to global enterprises, experience innovative ways of working with like-minded collaborators whilst also receiving access to agency incentives and perks.

The initiative allows twentysix to flex and scale its teams and capabilities, to adapt quickly and deliver above and beyond for its roster of clients which includes Arla, Asda Money, Dior, NHSBT, Tag Heuer and Wilko.

Guy Hunsworth, operations director at twentysix, commented: “Like most agencies, we’ve worked with talented freelancers on an ad hoc basis, but this scheme allows us to make an exciting and more formal commitment to our preferred partners.

“We can offer individuals the chance to work on innovative projects for ambitious digital brands to build their portfolio and networks. At the same time, our clients will reap the rewards of working with diverse, hand-picked teams to help them achieve their goals at pace.”

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