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Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Viddyoze relocates its company HQ after significant growth

Preston-based Viddyoze, the web-based, automated video animation platform, has relocated to a significantly bigger office, after a year of impressive growth.

Moving from a small room in Albert Edward House to an impressive 2,500sq ft office on a new business estate in Bamber Bridge, Preston, 15 members of the team will be relocating initially, with plans to scale up to 30 as soon as possible.

The successful tech start-up’s new office features a fully stocked bar, TV and games consoles, super-social breakout spaces featuring arcade machines and a SONOS speaker system – all guaranteeing the vibe is kept as fun and fresh as possible.

Interiors-wise, Manchester’s Sheila Bird Group and Quay Interiors have worked alongside Viddyoze to harness a quirky, urban vibe, tapping into the brand’s strong sense of creativity. From odd light fittings to graffiti walls and bold yellow prints, the new Viddyoze office will be anything but your typical corporate setting.

But for business meetings and anyone needing a quiet place to work, there are two purpose built meeting rooms available.

David Chamberlain, co-founder at Viddyoze, said: “The office move is a significant and exciting step for the business, as we continue on our upwards trajectory to become a £500m business within the next couple of years. We have been fortunate enough to experience significant growth over the last three years – meaning we effectively outgrew our current office – and hope that our new working environment will help bolster the great work our teams are already doing.

“It was important to us that we created a space that not only captures the Viddyoze personality but makes coming into work fun and rewarding every day. I really feel that we have achieved this and can’t wait to move in and start showing our clients around!”



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