LONDON — Pagefield has won three new clients as it builds its consumer portfolio across the fintech, edtech and transport sectors.

Pagefield has already begun working with coding education company Code First Girls (pictured), supporting its £4.5 million Series A fundraise in September from female angel investors and Soho House venture capital backers Active Partners, with the aim of providing one million free opportunities for women to learn to code and join the male-dominated technology industry in the next five years.

The agency is also working with the consumer lending fintech Fintern on a rebrand and corporate communications brief. Fintern provides consumer lending based on AI analysis which takes into account live financial data rather than traditional credit scores. Pagefield is tasked with building brand awareness as the company rebrands as Abound.

In the transport technology sector, Pagefield has won the communications brief for electric vehicle charge point app Bonnet, which offers drivers discounted charges across its network in 11 countries.

All three briefs are being led by Pagefield partner Philip Pank, a former transport correspondent for the Times, who leads a growing stable of transport clients at the agency. Technology and transport now make up more than 20% of revenue at the 45-strong agency, which is currently recruiting at partner level to support growth in integrated corporate communications and social and digital strategy.

Pank told PRovoke Media: “It’s definitely a growing piece for the agency, particularly the  transport sector which suffered immensely in the pandemic and has really kicked in again. In addition, the tech sector was on the leading edge of the economic headwinds and had big valuation hits earlier in the year and there are some challenges which need addressing. We are delighted to work with such a broad range of clients each with a real sense of purpose about what they bring to their respective markets.”