A local design agency has moved from Gainsborough to Lincoln as part of expansion plans after they acquired a new big client.
Ideafuel has made the move from Gainsborough to the Think Tank on Ruston Way because it needed bigger offices and wanted to be part of Lincoln’s business community.
The company is growing after it secured projects with Crimestoppers and Alstom, the world leader in rail transportation, power generation and electrical grids.
Ideafuel is a team of seven but it expects that number to rise soon.
Owners Carol Pass and Shaun Cole said the company needed more space, as its old offices in Marshall’s Yard in Gainsborough grew too small.
“We’ve experienced some phenomenal growth over the last 18 months, working with clients across Lincolnshire and beyond, and we needed more space to set us up nicely for the continued growth of the business,” Carol Pass said.
“We’ll miss being in Gainsborough – especially as we have been heavily involved in the local business community, which has included playing a key role in establishing the Gainsborough Business Awards – but it’s the right time for Ideafuel to take the next step.
“The move to the Think Tank is a natural step forward for us as it’s a stunning building that lends itself to creativity.
“We’re really looking forward to being part of the business community in the city – especially at a time when Lincoln seems to be on the up and up, with lots of exciting opportunities and plenty of support from business-focused infrastructure that can’t do enough to help firms that are prepared to help themselves.”