Digital agency Numiko is drawing inspiration from a famous Yorkshire name of the past as it looks towards a bright creative future.
The firm has just moved offices, swapping its old base on The Calls for a new home near Millennium Square.
Founding director Dave Eccles told Digital City: “Numiko is in a really great place right now. We’ve moved into a larger, amazing space which was originally the studio of Cuthbert Brodrick, the architect of many Leeds landmarks such as the Town Hall and the Corn Exchange.
“It’s a really creative space and we’re looking forward to the next chapter of Numiko’s story whilst here.
“In addition to our move into larger premises, we’ve won some amazing new clients that are internationally renowned for their interesting, important and impactful work.
“There is, for example, the Science Museum Group, with the first website launch of the year to be the National Media Museum in Bradford.
“We’re proud to be working at the level that we are and we’re in great company in Leeds which is getting more and more momentum and recognition for the quality and scale of digital work coming out of the city.”
The Yorkshire Evening Post recently launched its Digital City platform in partnership with Sky Betting & Gaming.
The platform is designed to highlight the giant strides being made by a sector that boasts around 3,000 organisations in Leeds.