The team at GEL Studios have moved to new offices in South Marston, near Swindon ready for 2019.
The award-winning web design and graphics agency has moved from its previous home at Gemini House in North Swindon, where it built an outstanding reputation for producing websites for companies and individuals in the South West and beyond.
Now they have moved to their own self-contained premises and their team has now grown to eight.
Graeme Leighfield, managing director,said: “Moving to Copse Farm marks the start of an exciting new chapter in our businesses growth. It was pivotal to us when deciding a new location for our creative studio, that it was in a well serviced, easily accessible, and in a secure area of Swindon. Copse Farm in South Marston Park exceeded all of these expectations. We are excited as we look onwards to our five-year lease, and to all the creative work we will produce from our new offices.
“Last year was fantastic for us with over 100 individual projects fulfilled for clients large and small up and down the country, along with three new, full-time members of staff who have joined our team – Mike Land has become our artistic director; Elisha Gorton, junior graphics designer and Gennaro Papa, administration assistant.”
GEL Studios has gone from strength to strength since it began five years ago, with clients now ranging from Comedy Central to small, local, independent businesses such as Eggelicious.
In 2017, the team won the Web Development Project of the Year for their work on The Lost Cinema (an outdoor cinema company) at the national Digital Entrepreneur Awards. GEL Studios created the logo and brand, as well as a website, and were praised for their “pivotal” role in The Lost Cinema’s success. In 2018, they were finalists in the eCommerce Developer of the Year category.
For more information visit www.gelstudios.co.uk