A new office in Manchester’s tech ecosystem has cemented e-commerce agency Fluid Commerce‘s position as a fully flexible, hybrid-working agency.
The move to Colony Jactin House in Ancoats follows the development and performance marketing company’s biggest ever financial year.
Adam Hindle, managing director of Fluid Commerce, said: “Since Fluid was established in 2009, we have experienced consistent year-on-year financial growth, and 2022 was the biggest jump in revenue in our history. That’s why it was time to move offices to one with upgraded facilities, and one that better reflects our commitment to hybrid working.
“We have long embraced a flexible-working policy, allowing our staff to work when and where suits them best, but since 2020 our team has undergone a transformation, with members now located as far north as Dundee, as far south as Devon and everywhere in between.
“Moving into Colony allows us to retain our own private office and offer improved facilities to our Manchester-based staff, and means we can also put on bigger, more exciting social events for when the team comes together.”
Located in the heart of Ancoats, Colony Jactin House features luxurious communal spaces, private meeting rooms, a spacious roof terrace, complimentary refreshments, onsite showers and secure bike racks.
Adam said: “Colony was the perfect match for us – it’s located in the epicentre of Manchester’s thriving digital sector and the facilities are beyond compare. Our new office is private and comfortable, and the communal spaces are sure to impress when our clients come to visit. Plus, many of us are keen cyclists, so the on-site shower and secure bike racks are a definite bonus!”
Colony’s Operations Director, Becca McKeown, said, “We’re delighted to have Fluid Commerce join our network as members of Colony Jactin House, and as leaders in the ecommerce tech space. It is great to support another team like Fluid in adopting a fully-flex hybrid way of working.
“Our community teams look forward to welcoming Fluid’s nationwide team and clients, and showing what Manchester has on offer through our weekly networking events across the city centre.”
Colony Jactin House is metres away from the thriving Cutting Room Square, and minutes from Piccadilly train station Manchester’s city centre.
Adam said: “We’ve got a lot in store for 2023, with new services, new clients, and continued investment in our team lined up. Our new office marks the beginning of a new chapter for Fluid Commerce, and we look forward to inviting our clients, friends and partners over for a welcome drink!”