Monday, May 23, 2022

Marketing agency marks expansion with new Nottingham City office

Nottingham’s newest workspace has some added sauce as full-service agency Ketchup Marketing pick up their keys to office space in the city.

The space is the second workplace for the Ketchup team including their rural Leicestershire Head Office. The city base presents the opportunity to tap into Nottingham’s creative talent, giving their clients the excellent service they’ve come to expect.

On the move Paul Jones, Sales and Operations Director, said: “The space at the Dryden Enterprise Centre is a perfect fit for us. Our team are amazing and deserve to work somewhere that can fuel their creativity and passion, plus it’s a great location for our clients to come and meet us, share ideas and come up with new and exciting ideas to drive their businesses forward.

“The team here have made us very welcome, and the building is amazing – we can’t wait to get our team settled and welcome clients in.”

The Dryden Enterprise Centre is less than a year old, and despite challenging times for office spaces, has smashed through projected capacity targets.

Space and Community Manager, Katrina Starkie, said: “This is a fantastic building that has been designed and constructed with businesses like Ketchup in mind. Those businesses who are forward-thinking and put their people first recognise this as a great space to do business, because we’re all about giving people what they need to get the most from their working days.

I think people have recognised that there needs to be a balance between home working and office working, and when you come to an office it needs to be a safe space you can collaborate, communicate, and knuckle down when you need it. We have all that here and it’s brilliant businesses like Ketchup are coming on board to be a part of it.”

With dedicated offices, flexible workspace, meeting rooms and places for creative collaboration the Dryden Enterprise Centre is a £9.5m project, which is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), forms part of Nottingham Trent University and is home to NTU’s Enterprise Team, supporting business growth in the city and wider communities.

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