That's right, our family is growing, and that means we need more space to grow. So, the team sat down, and after looking at all our options, we decided Bristol will be the city to set up our second home.
Why Bristol? Well, the city is well-connected to the rest of the UK but close enough to our home in Plymouth were our core team remain and also our client base.
We're under no illusion that the creative sector in Bristol is saturated. Bristol is a fast-moving city full of imagination, and in the last decade, it has become a well established cultural hub employing 16,670 people in the creative industries across 4,375 creative businesses.
Bristol has a vast digital industry ranging from gaming, web to AI and VR - along with a wealth of creative freelancers, particularly designers and illustrators, and we can't wait to be collaborating with them and making our mark.
You may be thinking, what's going to happen with Plymouth? And in short nothing will change, Gavin Boyle, our Creative Director, will be our point of contact for Plymouth and will manage our team while Lee Nathan relocates to set up our new studio in College Green, Bristol.
Plymouth will always be a massive part of our business, its where we started and where an enormous part of our clients are based, and we have plans to grow our Plymouth team over the next 12 months as well as recruiting fresh new talent in Bristol.