Digital Agency Studio Mashbo continue their on going growth with a series of new client win, new hires and moving to a new larger studio space in Liverpool’s commercial district.

The Liverpool agency with has satellite client relationship offices in London and Manchester which specialise in web application design and development has seen several recent client wins which includes working with Liverpool Football Club, SwissRE, Grammy Nominated MTV creative director Paul Caslin and as part of their continued partnership with Manchester based agency communications agency Inc they are working on a number of projects with the global media company NBC Universal.

Additionally, the agency has been involved with it’s first equity investment of FinTech start-up Ledger Money which is being incubated with in the Santander Business Hub.

To support this growth Studio, Mashbo has recently moved to Cotton Exchange building in Liverpool’s commercial district. The move is supported by the recruitment of several new members of the digital agency’s team which see the arrival of Bridget Waters joining the business development team as proposal Manager and bid writer alongside Bread Media co-founder Wayne Malcolm who has joined the team in a non-executive role to support Studio Mashbo’s co-founders Gavin Sherratt, Liam Potter and Steve Todd with their continued business and personal development.

Whilst Vincent Atanasov has joined the agency’s growing development team and Holly Redman has joined the Mashbo Futures apprenticeship programme as part of the agency’s focus on nurturing new talent.

Studio Mashbo co-founder and Managing Director Gavin Sherratt commented “We’ve come a long way in the last fours from our little box room office above a sex shop on Colquitt Street in Liverpool’s Ropewalks area to our new space in the Cotton Exchange on Bixteth Street in the city’s Commercial District.

In our early years we have focused more on our processes and values ahead this push for growth, with this patience we have slowly built a team of highly skill great people and people focus is important what Mashbo is about and it’ll be at the heart of everything that we do.

To grow a great business we have to have great people who care and this is shown with some the work we are now working on with global brands and social values projects with likes of Alder Hey Fresh CAHMS supporting young people with mental health issues.

And the future with a focus on working with others to support tech business start up and equality investments.”

Studio Mashbo with their Creative Kitchen brand will also be holding a series of events in there new Cotton Exchange home which continues with there support for the Innovators Hub’s Social Experiment on April 25th.