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Job creation and growth prompts office move for Extreme Creations

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Continuous growth and the creation of six new jobs has prompted Harrogate-based web design and digital marketing agency Extreme Creations to move to larger open planned offices.

The business, which has quadrupled in size during this recession, and managed to sustain growth throughout, has moved to Windsor House.

Having started in website design and search engine optimisation (SEO) the business is now in its eleventh year and specialises in offering a full service approach to digital marketing.

The team has recently swelled from 15 to 21 colleagues with the appointment of Sarah McLeod,  SEO executive; Clare Jerome, digital account manager; Natalie Talbot, digital designer; Jonathan Donkin, account executive;  Joe Hamilton, account executive and Scott Blackburn, web developer.

Antony Prince, managing director, of Extreme Creations said:

“Whilst expanding our digital marketing business, we needed a space that offered flexibility and the opportunity for continuous growth.

“We are entering a new chapter in our business and the investment in people and new premises is a direct response to the growth of the market and the demands of our clients.

“Extreme Creations’ clients are increasing their budgets and extending their contracts based upon some great results.

“Due to this we are experiencing an influx of new enquiries from some fantastic regional and national brands.”

“The business has grown organically responding to market needs, but is now looking to the future with sector specific clients in mind.

“Some of Extreme Creations longest standing client partnerships are in the Food and Drink sector so the business is looking to advance its share of the market by demonstrating its ‘results’ focused way of working.”

Having already built a strong track record in delivering projects for clients such as Black Sheep Brewery, Yorvale Ice Cream, St Helens Farm, Global Knives and more, the team is excited by the opportunity to specialise.

Mr Prince added:

“Yorkshire is a great place to live and work with some exceptional talent.

“We’re creating and implementing some of the latest digital strategies on some very exciting projects and brands – whilst being able to pass on the cost savings of a regional agency.

“We are delighted with the new team members and our inspiring new location.”

The team at Extreme Creations
The team at Extreme Creations

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