Friday 18 November 2016

Winter is Coming!

New Season, New Office!

There is an air of excitement in the office and it's not just because Christmas is approaching.....we are excited to say that we are moving premises to beautiful Southernhay. The new office is right next door to our Photography Studios and even though the renovations aren't complete (the painters are in over the weekend!!), we think it's an amazing space to work in and welcome clients to.

Our old Office and the Renslade building are set to be converted into student housing, which with Exeter's great College and University is a fantastic use for the property.

 As you can see, the exterior of the building fits in perfectly with Exeter's architecture and the new office is situated in the lower floor.

We are hoping to move to the new space in mid December and have been having lots of fun planning the new layout and decor. The interior area housing the office consists of two rooms with plenty of natural light and access to the green area around the rear of the building.

We are really looking forward to unveiling the new look when finished, but until then we hope this quick preview gives you some idea of our new home.

We have even organised our first event that will take place here; a presentation on Social Media including free nibbles and fizz and the opportunity to Network. Find more details here.

In other news we will shortly be announcing our new Facebook competition which is connected to the Exeter Pound.

We feel the Exeter Pound is a fantastic way to support small businesses and the local economy and are extremely honoured to be able to support such a great cause.

Anyway, back to packing. See you in the new office!

Friday 4 November 2016

Exeter Fire

Just a short post about the terrible events at The Royal Clarence Hotel recently.

We were absolutely horrified at the level of devastation, but overwhelmed at how well The Fire Department and other Emergency Services responded. We were also amazed at how many of Exeters residents pulled together to volunteer their time to help.

We know it's going to take time and a huge amount of effort to rebuild, but Cathedral Green is now open to pedestrians and life is slowly returning to normal. 

Exeter Fire News