The Manchester-based analytics firm AdInsight has completed an office space relocation that saw it move just a few floors down within Furness House in Salford Quays.
AdInsight, whose business is based on complex software designed to track the success of online and offline advertising efforts, made the move with a view to creating a positive workspace and having room to grow in years to come.
According to a recent report on the move from Place North West, the company relocated its staff from the fourth floor at Furness House down to a larger 7,000 sq ft area on the second floor. The Shelia Bird Group reportedly handled the fit out work on the new space, which will house dozens of staff taken on by AdInsight in recent months following a significant finance boost for the fast-growing company.
“We felt it was vital that the new space not only physically allowed us the space to increase our talented team, but that it also reflected our future ambitions and the values of the brand. We wanted a space that our staff would enjoy working in,” said the company’s co-founder and chief technical officer Richard Hamnett.
“We are delighted with the result, particularly as we had kept all the designs and ideas a complete surprise, the reactions of the team on the first day using the new office were brilliant and it already has that buzz that we were after.”
Founded back in 2008, AdInsight made it on to the Telegraph’s Tech Start-Up 100 list last year and clients of its services now include the likes of Thomas Cook, British Gas and TUI Travel. Salford Quays has of course seen a major influx of new office space and organisations of all sizes in recent years since the creation of the MediaCityUK complex, one of the largest redevelopment efforts every seen in the North West of England.