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Global sports and adventure brands help Tall Ltd move up a league

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Holbeck-based digital creative agency Tall Ltd is aiming high, with a growth plan that has seen the company complete its third office move in three years, all within Holbeck Urban Village.

The move follows a number of new business wins and sports campaign successes for Tall, including the Global FEI (International Federation for Equestrian Sports) and British explorer Ed Stafford, best known for his adventures featured on the Discovery Channel.

Tall has moved into a 1,020 sq ft office in Marshalls Court, a restored mill building in the heart of Holbeck Urban Village. Tall began in 2011, with founder Guy Utley working single-handedly from a small office in the Tower Works development.

Two years and three new employees later, Tall had outgrown the space, so the team moved to a larger office just around the corner in Holbeck Urban Village, on Water Lane. Now, Tall are an eight-strong team and have settled into a spacious studio in neighbouring Marshalls Court, which will give the business room to grow, in line with the company’s goal to become the number one digital marketing agency for adventure and sporting brands.

Founder Guy Utley said: “We’re always keen to stay within Holbeck Urban Village; being close to other creative businesses is great for us, as it gives us the opportunity to support and work with like-minded people. Tall has expanded quite rapidly in the past five years, so the fact that Holbeck Urban Village has a diverse range of office spaces has meant that we’ve been able to move quickly and smoothly, without disruption –  vital for a business move.

” We love it here. The heritage architecture feeds the creative juices and the local pubs and cafes feed everything else. Our new office at Marshalls Court will give us the opportunity to push ourselves creatively and help us to move up a league as a business.”

Marshalls Court. Credit Johnny Carr #2
Marshalls Court. Picture by Johnny Carr

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