Creative agency Pace moves to new offices as expansion continues

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 11 Dec 2018

Hull-based creative communications agency Pace has unveiled new premises in the city as it prepares for future expansion.

Since its launch back in September 2015, Pace has created almost 20 new jobs, and is set to embark on the next stage of its development.

Originally based in Hull’s C4DI building, the agency has now moved to nearby Wykeland House, at the heart of the city’s Fruit Market.

Anita Pace, managing director at Pace, said: “I’m delighted to be moving to our new premises over at Wykeland House.

“Though we’ve thoroughly enjoyed our time at C4DI, expanding quickly over the past three years means that we need additional space for our fast-growing team.

Pace Communications has moved to a bigger office in Hull's Fruit Market. (Pace Communications)

“We look forward to making the most of our new facilities in order to expand further in terms of both team members and clients.”

Pace offers a range of marketing, design and digital services to businesses both across the Humber and the rest of the country.

It now has a team of designers and account managers, as well as communications and digital professionals.

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Founded by former KCOM director Anita, Pace Communications works with a range of clients across industries including education, manufacturing and energy.

Recent client wins for the company include innovative Scottish firm MacRebur - which makes roads out of used plastic, legal cloud software developer Peppermint Technology and synthetic turf specialists - PlayPitch.

Pace was recently also named as a finalist for Small Digital Agency of the Year at the Northern Digital Awards, with the team’s Tom Holgate also in the running for the Young Digital Marketer of the Year title.

Earlier this year, Pace was shortlisted in the integrated agency category at the prestigious Prolific North Awards.

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Anita Pace said: “Digital channels offer our clients the opportunity to win new business, build their brands, drive engagement and control the conversation.

“It’s a key knowledge area at Pace and I’m delighted that our expertise has been recognised by this double award nomination.

“Our success in both the business and individual category demonstrates the talent we have throughout the team.”

The winners of the awards will be announced at a ceremony in Leeds in January.

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