Award Winning Agency, CFA Marketing, Joins the Secura Virtual Private Cloud

By Neal Wilkinson on 28th August, 2015.

Innovative Marketing Communications

Full service marketing and communications agency, CFA Marketing, have selected the Secura Virtual Private Cloud to support their growing infrastructure requirements.

About CFA Marketing

CFA was established in 1986. As a full-service agency, they offer a range of services including PR and copywriting through to creative and print production services, web design and build, SEO and social media, media planning, buying and event management.

They have won multiple awards and have built an enviable reputation for delivering strong ROI on their projects, underlined by the fact that they have worked with some of their clients for over 25 years.

Secure, Flexible Cloud Hosting

CFA manage a large range of client websites, applications and digital campaigns and require secure, robust hosting resource that allows them to confidently deliver the performance and reliability their customers have come to expect.

In addition, the scalability of the Virtual Private Cloud allows CFA to easily align their infrastructure costs with client revenues and offers the flexibility to increase and decrease resources to cope with the demands of new app and website launches or PR and social media campaigns that will attract increased levels of web traffic.

Secura CEO, Ollie Beaton commented,

CFA have continued to grow and innovate for the past 29 years in a market sector that is incredibly competitive, building a fantastic reputation along the way for marketing and design that offers real value. We understand the key role that our service will play in maintaining this reputation and I am delighted CFA recognise Secura’s ability to support them effectively as they continue to grow.

For more information on CFA Marketing, please visit their website at:

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Neal Wilkinson

Head of Marketing

Neal works in the marketing team at Secura and makes sure everyone uses the correct font size on their emails. Sometimes he succeeds.

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