Halifax-based video production and internal communications specialist, Limehouse, continues to win new business locally bringing in an additional £160k to the business.
Latest figures show that Limehouse is up 30 per cent year on year showing a substantial increase for this award-winning agency.
During 2012 and into the first half of 2013, the company has built up an impressive portfolio of clients to produce product based web commercials, creative news film footage and video production for social media campaigns.
Having managed the creative services for the launch of the new All About Me Gallery at Eureka! The National Children’s Museum, the team at Limehouse went on to produce the microsite for this state-of-the-art gallery.
The agency were tasked with designing, programming and producing the microsite which is now live and packed with countless interactive features linked to the content of the gallery.
Keen to promote their post graduate courses, the Marketing Communications department at Huddersfield University called on Limehouse to produce a short film for their website.
The film gives a flavour and general overview of what post graduates can expect during their time at the university.
Limehouse have also created a short dynamic 2D animated kinetic sequence to champion SPARK – the University of Leeds Business Start Up team – which highlights their achievements with the businesses they have helped establish and continue to support.
Kairen Shelley, Head of Business Start Up, said:
“We didn’t have to think twice about appointing Limehouse to work with us. Being familiar with Limehouse and their capabilities, we had no doubts that they would produce the results we were looking for.”
Limehouse also took on board new clients HLC Nursery, a children’s day care centre based in Brighouse.
This award winning nursery which provides excellent childcare for pre-school children, has chosen Limehouse to assist them in raising their profile in the local area.
The agency is working on a rebrand and a new website to communicate the nursery’s key features and attributes as well as the opening of a new facility.
Providing key support to Calderdale Council, Limehouse is acting as consultant on the SOBS (Sick of Being Skint) project which provides housing for the vulnerable and under privileged.
The agency are steering this worthy initiative, assisting in the creation of the SOBS brand and providing council staff with the tools to run their own YouTube channel.
Add to this a significant increase in work for its banking clients Halifax, as well as first direct, for whom it produced creative media news footage last month on the sponsorship for the new £60m purpose built first direct arena in Leeds plus a new series of films for NHS Protect, means the agency has barely drawn breath this past few months.
Nick Howard, founder and managing director of Limehouse, said:
“Thanks to a very talented and dedicated team, we have secured a diverse range of projects which allow us to challenge our abilities and show off our talents in the best light.
“We welcome the fact that companies want to talk to us to see how we can help.”