A growing Worcester company has appointed a new designer and moved premises to house its expanding team.
Design and branding agency Stilo has welcomed Lewis Barber as a junior designer. Lewis, who lives in Redditch, will help design and deliver interactive digital presentations to the company’s clients, alongside other creative design work.
Stilo, which this year also celebrated its 15th anniversary, provides a range of print and digital media solutions to clients across a variety of sectors. And as well as adding to their growing team, Stilo has moved into a new, larger studio equipped to meet its future plans.
The company’s founder and creative director, Ian Woodley, said: “Continued key appointments to the team, and our move into the new studio, will take the business to the next level. Such is the interest in the interactive presentations that we provide for clients that this feels the perfect time to be expanding.”
Stilo is the company behind StiloTouch, an interactive digital sales tool that offers sales and marketing teams a dynamic way to drive presentations through a rich mix of media, allowing businesses to take their marketing to a whole new level. StiloTouch brings presentations to life by equipping sales teams with the ability to access all the material they need in one place – data, video, technical specifications and graphics are all available through one hub at the touch of a button, helping companies stand out from their competition.
Mr Woodley added: “We are delighted to welcome Lewis to the team at an incredibly exciting time in our journey – he’ll be working in a dynamic and vibrant new space just minutes from Junction 6 of the M5, where the whole team can feed off each other to produce exciting creative work.”
Lewis, who has a keen eye for typography, said: “I’m coming on board at a time of great momentum for Stilo. I’ve always been one for trying new things, and what this company does is truly ground-breaking, so I am thrilled to be part of the team.”