London based design and communications agency, Sparkloop, has expanded into the South West, with a new regional office in Bath City Centre.
With core services in branding, video, print and digital, the firm works with a host of notable corporates, start-ups and charities, including Red Bull, Checkatrade and The Prince’s Trust.
Through this latest move, the agency aims to establish a new presence within the South West, understanding its position as one of the UK’s leading locations for business growth and development.
Gayle Carpenter, Creative Director at Sparkloop said, “Over the last 15 years, the Sparkloop team have worked incredibly hard to deliver quality work for clients across the UK and overseas, resulting in long-term relationships with some of the Country’s most notable businesses.”
“By expanding into the South West, we look forward to immersing ourselves within a new and vibrant business community, whilst networking with like-minded professionals and showcasing our capability to deliver bright and creative ideas to maximise brand engagement.”
This move comes as the South West has been named one of the most Entrepreneurial regions within the UK, being home some of the Country’s most exciting brands including Npower and Yankee Candle.
Gayle continued: “As a location, Bath has everything we are looking for as a place to expand our service offering, with a bustling business community and direct transport links to Bristol and London. I am certain the move to Bath is the next big step for us, and will play a vital role in aiding our continued growth.”
Established in 2004, Sparkloop has successfully delivered bespoke design and communication strategies for brands and businesses UK wide. Its two founding clients, Red Bull and The Prince’s Trust, have still been retained 15 years on.
Founded by design and branding specialist, Gayle Carpenter, the firm is headquartered in Camden, London.
"The Sparkloop team have worked incredibly hard to deliver quality work for clients across the UK and overseas, resulting in long-term relationships with some of the Countrys most notable businesses"
Gayle Carpenter, Creative Director at Sparkloop
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