Tank Adds Clients, London Digs

Tank Design has added assignments from Macromedia, FedEx and International Paper.

For San Francisco-based Macromedia, a software provider, Tank is crafting a print campaign to promote the client’s volume license program. Print and supporting collateral efforts are breaking this month in high-tech and business publications in North America, Latin America and the Asia Pacific region.

Tank has also be-gun designing Web applications for Memphis, Tenn.-based FedEx. Currently, Tank works with the the package-delivery giant’s electronic-commerce and automation-marketing groups to craft various Web tools that support internal educational needs, as well as customer-focused marketing initiatives.

“We are excited about the opportunities we have with the new clients,” said Scott Watts, principal at Cambridge, Mass.-based Tank. “We are also looking forward to growing our current [client] relationships.”

Additionally, Tank has been working with International Paper’s Printing and Com-munications Paper Group to create a Web site for the Memphis company. International Paper is the world’s largest paper-and forest-products company.

Separately, Tank launched an eight-person office in London toward the end of 2001. The new office will largely handle brand- strategy issues and will be headed by agency principal Robert Wood, formerly of Fitch Worldwide.

Tank has 30 employees globally, including a four-person New York office. Clients include Unisphere Networks, Lotus/IBM and MTV.