Digital multi-media agency Digital Media Services (DMS) is unitiing with AKA and the Creative Partnership to serve film, live entertainment, arts and cultural businesses.

The new partnership is effective immediately, while they collaborate, the companies will continue to trade under their existing names and brand identities with all key management roles retained.

Adam Kenwright, founder of AKA, said: “This ground-breaking partnership marks the start of an exciting new chapter for all three companies. Personally, I am relishing the prospect of working closely with Bob, Amy and all of the hugely talented team at DMS. Over the course of a decade Amy and Bob have established their exceptional business as a significant player within the industry, which is why I am such a longstanding admirer of their leadership. I’m confident that this new partnership will not only enable all three agencies to continue delivering dynamic and innovative work, but that it will also provide important, valuable and new marketing opportunities to all of our respective clients.”

Amy Le Coz [oictured], founder and director of DMS, added: “We are delighted to join the AKA family. The past ten years have been tremendously exciting for DMS and we believe joining forces with AKA will help take our business to the next level in the UK and internationally. In addition, this partnership with AKA and CP will enable DMS to deepen our range of clients and services in the arts, culture and live entertainment sectors – a truly thrilling and mutually beneficial development.”

Mia Matson, founder and creative director of CP, said: “This is amazing news for all our team at The Creative Partnership. Over the last 20 plus years I have worked with, and continue to be supported by, the most incredible group of artists and talent. Now, with all of the successful team at AKA and DMS alongside us, I am really looking forward to delivering more exceptional work to our loyal clients.”