After six years of web design Hull in premises in Hessle Square, the Eyeweb team had outgrown its space and have moved to a new office at Waterside House in the Maritime Business Park, Livingstone Road, Hessle.
The new office space will allow for the continuing expansion of Eyeweb who have been operating in the region for 15 years.
Eyeweb’s clients include the Millhouse at Skidby, the Star Inn, The Country Park and local sporting heroes Olympic gold medal-winning boxer Luke Campbell and Britain’s number 2 tennis player Kyle Edmund, to name just a few.
Leading the business and team of nine is Managing Director Paul Scott. He commented: “We are an agency who create unique brands and websites for our customers and we have seen our client base grow over recent years to encompass some big names in the region. “It’s been a really busy few months for us all at Eyeweb and we have taken on new staff to accommodate demand. It felt like the right time to upscale and move into a larger and more modern studio.”
The 1500 square foot office space sits on the banks of the Humber in the Livingstone Road business community and has dedicated customer and staff parking, open creative spaces for the growing workforce and of course the amazing Humber views.
Paul continued: “We have been firmly rooted in this city for 15 years working with clients across the city, county and nationwide. Our ethos has always been creativity and the ability to make our clients stand out from their competition and ensuring we provide them with a first-class personal service. Many of our new clients come through our doors by word of mouth and a reputation that we are very proud of.
“We work with some strong brands and some great people and we feel we have a bright future. This move is a testament to the hard work and determination of all the Eyeweb team as we invest and push the business forward into the next 15 years.”
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