Halifax-based agency Limehouse has expanded its workforce by 30 per cent to meet an increase in demand for corporate video production.
Lacey Barton and Jordan Jakeman will bolster the production team as producer and production assistant respectively, while Chrissie Rose joins as office manager from Ontario-based agency Memory Tree.
Ben Chapman takes on the role of content, channels and communication manager, tasked with overseeing the content development and scripting aspects of production.
Nick Howard, managing director, said: “The growth we’ve experienced this year has been incredible, but it’s made us focus on the importance of maintaining the quality of our output. We’ve expanded the production team so we can work on more projects concurrently without sacrificing quality.
“As more and more companies embrace video for the first time, there’s more demand for us to help at an earlier stage of the process, such as developing a video communication strategy and identifying key messages. So we’ve added more weight to that part of our proposition, which in turn will help us deliver better content that hits the mark for the client.”
The latest appointments take the total size of the Limehouse team to 17.
Founded eight years ago, the company specialises in video production, internal communications and brand marketing.