Firm grows at Pace in C4DI

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 9 Nov 2017

A HULL creative communications agency has celebrated it second anniversary with an expansion of its offices and team of staff. 

Pace, based at C4DI in Hull’s Fruit Market, was set up by former KCOM director Anita Pace, pictured, and offers marketing, PR, design and digital services. 

Ms Pace launched the business after recognising there was an opportunity to provide businesses with a more creative approach to their communications challenges. 

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Since launching, the company has built a broad portfolio of work across sectors including corporate, education, sport and the arts in a successful 24 months of trading.

This continual growth has seen the expansion of the Pace office at C4DI and recruitment to maintain and enhance services for existing clients and attract new ones.

Recent additions to the team of 12 include Natalie Murphy, who joins as PR manager, and Shaun Wyatt, digital account manager.  

Ms Murphy is a former journalist who spent 15 years working in regional newspapers including a decade at the Hull Daily Mail, where she edited award-winning monthly lifestyle magazine, The Journal.

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Mr Wyatt joins Pace from Summit Media, where he worked as digital marketing manager, specialising in search engine optimisation.

Ms Pace said: “I’m delighted to welcome Natalie and Shaun to our growing team, both of whom are highly experienced in their specialist field.  

“This is a pivotal time for us as we build on the success we’ve had in our first two years. It’s been a brilliant two years and we’re excited about the future.”

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