Boroughmuir Bears announce new partnership with Maven

Edinburgh-based consultancy to become the Official Creative Agency at Meggetland

Maven have become Official Creative Agency to Boroughmuir Bears.
Maven have become Official Creative Agency to Boroughmuir Bears.

BOROUGHMUIR BEARS have announced a new multi-year partnership with Maven, which will see the Edinburgh-based consultancy become the Official Creative Agency at Meggetland. 

Maven will manage the Boroughmuir Bears and Boroughmuir Rugby websites and will shortly commence the build of the Boroughmuir Community Sports Club and Canalside websites.

“It is terrific for the Bears to conclude such an agreement at a time businesses are facing so many pressures,” said Rob Moffat, Boroughmuir Bears General Manager. “It is testament to the people and the strength of Maven’s business. We have been hugely impressed with the capabilities of Maven, and with their senior management bringing a background in sport, this partnership is a perfect fit for us.”

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Dylan Kelly, founder and CEO of Maven, added: “Sporting organisations are no different than some of the corporate organisations we work with. They must put their supporters and consumers at the heart of their decision making and we look forward to working with Boroughmuir to help elevate the club’s output in this area.

“Super Series Rugby provides a fantastic pathway for the development of young players, and we are delighted to be able support the Bears over the coming years. We look forward to working hand in hand with the Bears, delivering customer-focused strategies that will elevate support outreach and drive improvements throughout the club.”

  • Maven specialises in brand and creative consultancy, where customer journeys are critical. Alongside web development, they deliver studio work, motion graphic development, Funnel management and CRM strategies. More information can be found at

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