Saturday, May 21, 2022

Digital marketing specialist expands to new home in Derby

Digital marketing specialists Alphageek are relocating to the Cubo flex workspace in Derby after outgrowing their current premises.

The company, which was launched in 2017, has taken a 24-person office at Cubo, which is located in the Old Post Office building on Victoria Street.

The grade II listed three-storey, 18,000 sq ft Cubo Derby was opened in 2020 following an extensive refurbishment and can accommodate more than 200 desks in a variety of co-working spaces and private offices.

Members benefit from a variety of other services and facilities including meeting rooms, networking events, private booths, chill-out areas, beer on tap and a free barista service.

Alphageek specialises in data-driven online advertising and web development. The company delivers tangible results for companies of all shapes and sizes worldwide and has created campaigns for some of the country’s most exciting brands including Project D, HUUB, G-SHOCK, Casio and more.

The company now employs 15 staff, with plans for future expansion in the coming months.

Commenting on the move to Cubo Derby, Art Lindop, Managing Director of Alphageek, said: “Alphageek are entering an exciting phase of growth and we needed a high end, modern space representative of our aspirations.

“We can’t wait to move into our new home in a hub of Derby businesses and make full use of Cubo’s amazing facilities. As a venue we can both grow our local client base and help the Alphageek creative magic flow – Cubo is perfect.”

Marc Brough, Managing Director at Cubo, added: “Alphageek is one of a growing number of exciting local businesses that are rethinking their accommodation strategies and opting for a hybrid working model at Cubo.

“Location, an inspiring space to work from and flexibility are the main drivers for businesses who are looking for office accommodation. Cubo provides all this and much more, making it an attractive place to base a business.”

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