Bristol creative design agency secures new address supported by Barclays

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A Bristol creative design agency, Fiasco Design has secured a new address in Bristol, supported by an undisclosed six-figure finance package from Barclays.

The firm, which has experienced sustained growth over the last nine years, has taken the decision to purchase 4,800 sq. ft. of commercial space on Raleigh Road in Southville.

The funding has allowed the agency to refurbish and re-design the interior based on exactly what the agency felt it would need from the space. The move also provides an opportunity for rental space to other creative businesses and well as securing the firm’s long term and future growth aspirations.

Established in 2010 by co-founders Ben Steers and Jason Smith, Fiasco Design is widely recognised as one of the Bristol’s specialists in creating forward-thinking brand identities, websites, illustration and animation for a wide range of organisations. Clients include well-known brands such as Penguin Books, Aardman Digital, Channel 4 Education, the BBC, UWE Bristol and Cosy Club.

Co-Founder Jason Smith, said: “We’re excited to be able to move and create a new space that represents our company personality. The premises will give us the room for expansion and is ideally located.  As far as positive working environments in Bristol go – it’s in a perfect location for us and we’re excited about welcoming both our existing and new clients to see first-hand our new office space.”

Chris Stevens, Barclays Business Manager, Bristol, said: “Fiasco Design is an exciting and valued customer and we are delighted to be supporting them in acquiring their new premises in this historic location, within easy reach of the city centre of Bristol.  We look forward to supporting the company in the future as they continue on their growth strategy.”

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