Spring is a time of new beginnings; flora coming back into bloom, new lambs springing across the fields, and a fresh season of Summer sports filling us with hopes of glory (Oh dear - Ed) so what better time for us to take the bold step of moving into a brand new studio space?
After 5 years as denizens of the Watertower (in the ravishing grounds of the Elvetham Hotel in Hartley Wintney) a number of pitch wins and an ever-growing team meant that the old building simply wasn't fit for purpose anymore. After an intense period of searching we finally made the decision to decamp across the border to the salubrious surroundings of Ewshot, Surrey. Our new premises are in a converted public house, The Queen's Arms.
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Once the home of traditional ales the building is now decommissioned as a licensed premises, sadly, but it did give us an opportunity to get our hands on it. After 8 months activity that has seen us strip it down to bare bricks and floorboards The Queen's Arms has been reborn as a state-of-the-art media space suitable for leading creative industry types such as ourselves.
Much of our work is in instructing clients on how a working environment communicates to a staff base and thus the importance of inspiring surroundings. Accordingly our new home offers 3 floors of space, the business end of which boasts 2 large desked studio areas with brand new IT capability and 4 communal meeting areas with such modern day pleasantries as HD TVs and interactive whiteboards. If that wasn't enough we now also offer our very own cafe space and sun terrace looking out onto a private 2 acres of lawns and woodland.
It is important for any business and its employees to have room to breathe, for a creative agency it is crucial to be able to find the space disconnect from all distractions to find the pure idea that will spark all that follows…we now have that in abundance.
We're very proud of it and we hope to welcome you all very soon.
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