Silver Mountain reaches new peak with latest client win

11 November 2021

The team at leading digital, video and animation agency Silver Mountain, has grown to new heights, having welcomed an additional market-leading client to its books. Signing a new deal with the ARMCO group – a collection of consultancy businesses based in the Midlands – Silver Mountain’s latest client win coincides with the agency’s team expansion and decision to up-size its office in the heart of Birmingham’s business district. 

Silver Mountain, led by founder and CEO, Sunny Gill, has started working with ARMCO – a ‘next generation advisory business’ that consists of 11 companies – to provide video and animation support profiling its new people and services. Operating from offices in Cornwall Street, ARMCO’s businesses specialise in a range of services including corporate tax, finance, R&D tax relief, insurance and property.

Commenting on working with ARMCO, Sunny said:

“ARMCO’s approach to business truly sets them apart in the competitive world of consultancy and this innovative outlook aligns seamlessly with our own values at Silver Mountain. Working with a group of new clients at once, is a hugely exciting prospect, and we are delighted to be supporting the AMRCO Group of Companies communicate their vision and numerous successes across digital platforms. I know I speak on behalf of the entire Silver Mountain team when I say that we are ecstatic to be working with ARMCO, and look forward to delivering high quality video and digital services for the group.”

ARMCO Chairman, Russell Martin said the new partnership would allow the advisory business to deliver engaging content to their target audiences. He says:

“We are thrilled to be working with Silver Mountain, who will help us grow our reach across digital and social platforms, helping raise awareness further than ever before. We were looking for a partner who could deliver work which would make ARMCO stand out from the crowd, and we were blown away by Silver Mountain’s track record and results. We have no doubt that the support of Silver Mountain will help us make a bigger impact through new digital channels.”

The agency secured the work having impressed with its digital and creative services for Innovation 4 Business, one of the ARMCO companies.

Phil Moore, Managing Director, Innovation 4 Business adds:

Silver Mountain has been working with I4B for over three years and during this time the agency has supported our growth and reach in our key target markets. That’s why we were keen for Silver Mountain to deliver creative services for the ARMCO group of companies and further build on our successful partnership.”    

As well as offering video production and animation services, Silver Mountain provides website design and development, social media strategies and content, branding, events production and media training. The new business win sees ARMCO join Silver Mountain’s ever-growing client list, which has seen the team sign with leading firms in the automotive, healthcare and BPFS (Business Professional and Financial Services) sectors in the past 12 months alone.

What’s more, Silver Mountain is also celebrating expansion and a change of headquarters. The agency has relocated to Two Snowhill, taking up residency in the central Birmingham location. The office, which is based in the Colmore Business District, will provide the agency with an accessible space for clients and creatives alike to collaborate.

Sunny concludes:

“Over the last 19 months, industries across the board have seen an accelerated need for digital marketing content. With client-facing sectors having to use new routes to connect with customers, many have turned to digital agencies like ours to unlock the potential there.

“We are so proud to have been able to help so many businesses to navigate this difficult time and step into this new recovery phase. The next 12 months present huge opportunities for businesses across the region, and beyond, to put their best foot forward, and we’re looking forward to being there to support them as they do.”