Liverpool Marketing Company Doubling in Size

[PRESS RELEASE] Studiowide signs 5-year lease for new creative studios at ‘Hidden Hardman Street’. Liverpool based strategic and creative marketing agency Studiowide, has doubled its size by becoming a key tenant at the recently refurbished Old Blind School development on Hardman Street, Liverpool City Centre. The company have just taken occupancy of the top-floor of this sought-after listed building.

Studiowide, who provide a complete range of strategic and creative marketing services, has progressed from servicing local SMEs to now having some of the biggest and well-known brands as clients. With a growing reputation, Studiowide’s customers view them as a solid and reliable company, with strong creative and strategic capabilities.

“One of the key criteria for selecting our new studios was to build a space that fostered creativity; a fitting place for our creative team and an inviting venue for clients”, says Managing Director, Carl Da-Costa-Greaves.

The company boasts impressive client testimonials from the likes of Rolls-Royce, Lufthansa, Continental Tyres, NHS and Liverpool Football Club, to name a few. “Such client testimonials are testament to our ability to deliver – not only to start-ups and SMEs, but also demonstrates that we can work successfully with the largest of Blue-Chip organisations”, adds Carl.

Studiowide has spent the past 5 years in its previous location on Rodney Street, which the company has now outgrown. “Our new, beautifully restored studios fit perfectly in this landmarked, listed building – an ideal mix of historic and modern. We are ecstatic to enter a new year and a new phase of our business.

The work we are doing for our clients now is the best work we have ever done. And the work we will be doing next year will continue to be even better! Our industry is in a constant flux of innovation and change. We’re heading for exciting times and the most important asset is our people. We chose our location and designed our space with a single goal in mind; to inspire our people to do the things that inspire them”.

The Old Blind School on Hardman Street has experienced an eclectic mix-of-use since the original Liverpool School for the Blind opened on the site in 1851. Previously home to The Flying Picket music venue, Merseyside Trade Union & Unemployed Resource Centre and Merseyside Police Headquarters. ‘Hidden Hardman Street’ (the Courtyard is hidden behind The Old Blind School Restaurant) is now a community of businesses who fulfil a diverse range of amazing, creative and innovative things every day.

About Studiowide:

Studiowide are a full-service marketing company who supply a range of strategic and creative services, such as; Strategic Marketing, Day-to-Day Marketing, Web & App Development, Graphic Design, Video Production, Commercial Photography and Content Creation. For further information or additional images, please contact Kevin Melia: 0151 708 5678 or km@studiowide.co.uk