Real Fusion is on the move following the recent expansion of the team.

From the week commencing October 5th, the South West’s leading web and design agency is relocating to new, bigger office space at 5 Research Way at Plymouth Science Park.

The move means an opportunity to build the business still further after the recent appointments of new, key personnel.

Web designer/developer John Lewis and web developer Ivan Bondoc, along with administrator Jodie Wright are now settling into their roles alongside graphic designer Lucy McGowan and the plan is still to recruit further sales and graphic design expertise.

It will enable Real Fusion to really focus on bringing in new business and targeting key sectors in particular, such as start-ups and internationally renowned brands, as well as niche markets like tourism, healthcare, education and legal firms.

“With the arrival of new staff members who will take the business to the next level, it seemed a good opportunity to move into new, bigger premises that will give us more room and help realise our plans for further growth, “ said Justin Smith, Director at Real Fusion.

“This is an extremely exciting time for the agency. We are winning new work, as well as continuing to deliver high quality design and web solution for our existing client base.”

It also continues to work across web, design and marketing projects for a number of familiar regional brands, such as the New Continental Hotel, Bovey Castle and Securi-Guard, the South West's largest independent supplier of fire and security solutions. 

“We’ll be sending out invitations to clients and companies at Plymouth Science Park in order to meet their team and discuss our plans.”

“We are always looking for new businesses to join the Real Fusion client base so come and see us at our new offices and we will be delighted to help you,” added Justin.  

by Earl Mahiya | Friday 25th September 2015