Promotional partnership for enhanced potential

BISHTA and SPATA have formed a new strategic partnership with UK design, brand and digital marketing agency Adtrak to provide members with enhanced promotion and growth potential.

The exclusive collaboration ensures that Adtrak is now the preferred choice for digital products and marketing services to the members of both associations. A reputation for digital success and Adtrak’s experience working with an elite group of global commercial and domestic pool designers resulted in a recommendation from an existing SPATA member.

Adtrack is a full-service agency that provides web design, branding, SEO, PPC, photography and videography, online marketing, telecoms, as well as social media activities and recently celebrated winning the ‘Supplier & Service Provider’ award, pictured, at the Pro Landscaper Business Awards 2022 and was listed as one of top UK digital agencies in 2021, the full-service agency provides web design, branding, SEO, PPC, photography/videography, online marketing, telecoms, social media and more.

As part of the new partnership Adtrak will be providing BISHTA and SPATA members with market-leading web design and digital marketing advice, all with the ultimate aim of delivering lead generation and profitable results. 

BISHTA and SPATA Managing Director Chris Hayes has welcomed the new partnership and highlighted that it will provide members of both associations with further market growth opportunities.

“With SPATA celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year and BISHTA celebrating its 20th, both trade associations have built a world-renowned reputation for setting exceptional standards for the combined pool and hot tub industries,” said Chris.

“Both trade associations aim to provide members with the resources to grow their businesses and offer their customers exceptional service. Adding Adtrak to our extensive members’ benefits offering will give members an excellent opportunity to take their businesses to the next level and grow their market share even further.”