Did you see us in the news this week?

31 August 2016| Post by Graham

AuthorGraham

It was a pleasure to see our ugly mugs displayed proudly in the most recent edition of local Newspaper “The Standard” in Chester, Cheshire.

We were recently interviewed by the publication, discussing “who’s who” and what does the immediate future hold for the team here at Limely.

If you’d like to read the excerpt from the 24th August 2016 Business First centrefold, please see the image below for a larger view. Otherwise, scroll down for the transcribed text version.

We're in this weeks edition of the Chester Standard Newspaper. Creative Agency Limely.

Thanks again to all staff at NWN Media for their support in our first year of trade.

Transcript

“A creative agency is making a name for itself in the heart of the city after investing in the refurbishment of offices in St John’s Street.

Limely, which was launched late last year by digital experts Graham Dodd, Niko Moustoukas, Adam Forshaw and Gavin Rogers, has already had large contract wins with well-known brands such Hiscox Insurance, as well as securing several contracts with local firms including Hickory’s Smokehouse and Oliver & Co. Solicitors.

“The was the agency we’ve all dreamt of being a part of for nearly a decade now,” said co-founder Graham Dodd. “This marks a true alignment of like-minded people all working in harmony, without restriction. Our clients can’t believe how energised we are to take on their brief and see it through to completion; it’s like a lease of life has been injected into all of us. It’s exciting to see where we can take this.”

Niko added: “At Limely we work with clients we enjoy, projects we can excel at and are not in the business of saying, “Yes” for the sake of it. We’ve taken the time to reach our own understanding and presentation of what we want to see associated with creative digital design in 2016 and beyond. And so far our customers love our outlook and creative process.”

The team is now looking to work with clients in Europe and Dubai and create new roles within the agency in the next 18 months.”

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