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    TM Lewin Appoints Climb Online to Drive Growth Following Relaunch

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    British menswear brand, TM Lewin, has appointed award-winning digital marketing agency, Climb Online, to help re-build and drive growth following its official online relaunch earlier this year.

    The heritage brand boasts a long and successful history, having sold 70 million shirts worldwide, and established partnerships with some of the most prestigious fabric mills globally. The brand is committed to driving future growth and success while ensuring it retains its status as a renowned menswear provider.

    Leading digital marketing agency, Climb Online, boasts an impressive track record and extensive industry experience in developing and implementing digital campaigns and strategies across both paid and organic channels. Their commercial-first, transparent approach is designed to help brands gain a competitive edge while delivering impactful and meaningful results.

    With a focus on driving growth and awareness, TM Lewin officially appointed Climb Online in May 2022, with an initial strategy to drive e-commerce sales and improve profitability of all digital campaigns.

    They will also be working alongside Birmingham-based public relations agency, Make More Noise, which will assist with driving their PR and communications strategy.

    James Kearns, Managing Director of TM Lewin, confirmed: “For over 120 years, TM Lewin has been synonymous with quality, tailored menswear. We are committed to re-establishing its position within both the UK and wider international markets, and are incredibly confident in the ability of Climb Online in helping us achieve just this.”

    Michael Bush, Managing Director of Climb Online, added: “The Climb Online team is delighted to be working with TM Lewin, a brand which represents such a long and prestigious history. We, along with Make More Noise, are incredibly excited to support the brand during this next stage of their growth.”

    TM Lewin joins a leading client portfolio at Climb Online, with key brands including Beauty Pie, HERA, ON24, Iconic London, Imagine Cruising and Gym King.

    Established in 2015, Climb Online has honed a proven track record in helping private and enterprise organisations achieve their business objectives via core services in SEO, Paid Media and Social Media Marketing.

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