A Stockport agency is putting its trust in the future, expanding the team and moving to larger offices.
Trust, who will remain in Broadstone Mill in Reddish, have taken on a Project Manager and Designer to manage the growth of the client roster that now includes Car Connected Finance, the University of Manchester and the Bourton Group.
Rebecca Wakefield and Bethan Lumb, who join us as Project Manager and Designer respectively, both have broad agency backgrounds working global brands similar to those that Trust are anticipating targeting in 2018.
Trust managing director Stuart Bradley commented:
“Bethan is a Shillington graduate with a fabulous portfolio and a ton of freelance experience. Both are naturals at what they do, and both are perfect fits for Trust. We’re thrilled to have them with us and are beyond excited to see what we can do together.
“We’ve also decided to stretch our agency legs a little bit so we’re moving! A whole 30 feet down the corridor…
“The new space will give us room to breathe and the chance to take advantage of everything headed our way in 2018. Moreover, Rebecca and Bethan won’t be the last of our new hires. We’re already looking for a Senior Developer and have plans to grow our creative family. A bigger family needs a bigger home, so the move makes perfect sense.”
But, why now…? Stuart continued:
“This period of expansion is the natural progression in a story arc that’s been playing out for a few years. Our founders’ vision grew out of a frustration with traditional, segregated creative agencies and being kept at arm’s length from clients. The idea was to create a team of creative equals built on a culture of trust.
“Growth started out slow and steady, but now we’re really beginning to hit our stride and can start to plan more ambitiously for the future. We’ve built a team we love and a client base we respect, and the plan for 2018 is to ramp it up even further. Our objective, by this time next year, is to have doubled in size, grown to fill our new office space, and to be in a position to share even more positive news about shaping great brands than we have this year. Trust us, 2018’s going to be a big one.”