Nottingham based web design agency, Strafe Creative, has now moved to a new head office as a result of the continued growth of the business.
The company, which was started by Ross Davies and Patrick Dolan in 2010, will remain in the heart of the Creative Quarter in Nottingham’s City Centre, but has relocated to a 2,500 sq. ft. premises on Woolpack Lane.
Strafe Creative has signed a ten-year lease on the premises and is planning on significant development of the business during this period.
Ross Davies, Managing Director of Strafe Creative, says: “It’s great to start 2020 in our new head office which will undoubtedly better suit the requirements of our growing team and increased business. We wanted to commit our future to Nottingham and the vibrant Creative Quarter and this has been achieved with our Woolpack Lane premises. We’re all looking forward to the next successful decade of Strafe Creative.”
Strafe Creative has grown from a team of two to now employ 12 people and works with national and multi-national brands including BP, Go Dine, and Virtual Headquarters. It is also planning to open two further office locations in 2020, in London and Leamington Spa, in order to better serve its national and international client base.
Due to its continued growth, the company is currently recruiting and is looking for experienced developers and designers to join its team in Nottingham.
Ross says: “Securing this increased office space is part of our growth plan, but our expansion needs to be supported by talented people so that Strafe can continue to deliver award winning work for our clients. This move gives us the room to expand and I am looking forward to appointing high performing, creative professionals to our team.”