Digital PR and marketing agency Carrington has moved onto a new stage of expansion as it leaves ‘incubation’ and moves into a new, larger premises.
The company has relocated its Lincoln headquarters ahead of schedule following a year of new hires and client wins.
The office at Deepdale Enterprise Park, Nettleham, is more than double the size of the firm’s previous space and gives Carrington a bigger base for growing its PR, SEO and PPC teams.
In just two-and-a-half years, Carrington has built a client list of more than two dozen SMEs, startups and not-for-profit organisations, including accountancy firm Duncan & Toplis, agricultural machinery manufacturer Househam Sprayers, civil engineering firm Minster Surfacing and charity-run arts venue Lincoln Drill Hall.
Prior to this move, Carrington was based at the business incubator BG Futures, which provides office units and facilities to new businesses during the first years of their life.
Although the team could have stayed at the incubator for another six months, Carrington was able to take the next step earlier than planned having outgrown even the largest unit in the enterprise centre.
Founder of Carrington, Rob Tomkinson, said: “We’ve grown really well over the past two years thanks to the quality of our work, so this move is really exciting for us!
“Now we’ve got room to expand, that’s exactly what we’re planning to do – we’ve got the space here that we need to serve the city, the country and beyond with profitable, results-driven digital PR and marketing.
“A big thank you has to go to the team at BG Futures for all their support – they’ve helped us massively and I’d recommend them to anyone just starting out.”
Founded in late 2016, the Carrington team is already six-strong, after it recently welcomed two new faces to the team.
Agricultural PR consultant Sophie Wilesmith began working with Carrington this summer, while Ryan McMenamin has secured an eight-week internship in the PR team after finishing a degree in English and Journalism from the University of Lincoln.