A Lymm-based digital agency has announced the appointment of a new Creative Director as it continues to enjoy sustained growth.
Visions Design, based on Bridgewater Street in the heart of the picturesque Cheshire village, has welcomed Andy Smith who brings ten years of industry experience to the team.
The company offers graphic design, creative website development, SEO, e-commerce sites and digital marketing packages.
Andy’s appointment further enhances the creative agency’s reputation as a significant player on the digital landscape.
“Joining the Visions Design team was a great opportunity,” said Andy. “It’s a close-knit office with exciting and innovative ideas. What appealed to me was taking on a varied list of clients from across the country, but operating from such a stunning rural base.”
Visions Design was established in 2012. Managing Director Daniel Cordwell is delighted that the firm has prospered in Lymm, creating jobs and helping to boost the local economy.
He said: “There are many agencies based in Manchester and Liverpool, but we were always keen to grow the business in Lymm. We are an Internet-based firm, but being located in such an idyllic part of Cheshire offers fabulous work-life benefits.”
“Andy brings considerable experience to the office, and as Visions Design expands his expertise will be invaluable as we look to empower the team with new skills.”
“We now have clients all over the country, but some of the most satisfying work is done in and around Lymm. Several members of the team are local, and it’s rewarding being able to welcome clients to the office. We operate in a fast-paced industry but enjoy the best of village life,” he added.
A business link that has blossomed is with nearby Arley Hall & Gardens in Northwich. The Cheshire attraction needed help re-building their website, and using the services of a local company was the perfect fit for the historic stately home.
Arley Hall’s Marketing Manager, Helen Begent, explained: “Working with people who fully understand your requirement and have visited our wonderful site is a huge bonus. Partnering other Cheshire businesses makes sense to us, much like using local food suppliers, as so many of our visitors come from the surrounding area.”
Author: Jules Hornbrook