"We've had a phenomenal couple of years, growing an incredible team, working with some great clients on high profile campaigns, and weve been lucky enough to win 17 industry awards along the way."
Award-winning design and video production agency Flow Creative has moved to a 2,500 square foot studio space in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter. The move represents the company’s third office move in under three years due to an expanding client list and growing team.
Flow’s new home is a quirky and characterful building on Stevenson’s Square, which reflects the fun and creative work the studio is known for. Based over four floors, there’s ample space for the agency to grow in to.
Refurbishment has already begun on the studio. The ground floor has been transformed in to a stylish reception space, the first floor is a fully kitted out working area and the third floor is occupied by a 10 seat meeting room and creative breakout space, plus kitchen and bathroom. The cellar will become a photography and content production studio.
With ambitions to expand the team further in early 2019 and beyond, Flow believes its new premises will help to develop its offering to a growing roster of clients. The design and animation experts have worked with an enviable list of clients since opening in 2016, including the BBC, Arts Council England, Ministry of Sound and the British Council.
In addition to its new home, several exciting film, animation and digital projects are in the pipeline, which are lining up 2019 to be another impressive year for Flow.
Founder and creative director, Karl Doran, said: “We’ve had a phenomenal couple of years, growing an incredible team, working with some great clients on high profile campaigns, and we’ve been lucky enough to win 17 industry awards along the way. We’ve evolved from a boutique motion studio to a more integrated agency and this move will facilitate the next stage of our development and allow us to continue to grow, hone and develop the services we offer. It’s been an incredible start for Flow and it’s really exciting to see where we will go from here.”