Leeds-based Onstate is onside with new appointments

Andy Betts, Aaron Moorhouse, Greg Ball and Mike Guy.
Andy Betts, Aaron Moorhouse, Greg Ball and Mike Guy.

Bosses at Leeds-based ecommerce agency Onstate are celebrating after making a fantastic four new appointments.

The arrivals mean the company now has a 20-strong team at its base on Graingers Way, off Wellington Road in the city centre.

Two of the new faces are Mike Guy, who joins as client service and operations director, and Greg Ball, who has come on board as a digital designer.

Junior developers Andy Betts and Aaron Moorhouse are the other recruits.

Onstate has also announced the promotion of Ellis Grouse to senior developer after six years with the company.

Creative director Richard Day said: “This is our eighth year of operation and the business has grown and developed against a backdrop of significant change in the world of retail and online commerce.

“This latest round of appointments is key to underpinning our continued growth and brings considerable experience and talent to the team right across the board.

“The world of ecommerce is a dynamic and exciting sector which demands adaptability.

“We aim to stay one jump ahead of our competitors by attracting the best ecommerce specialists to our team which will help us facilitate future growth and success.”

Onstate’s roster of clients includes department stores such as Brown Thomas, Home Store + More, Arnotts, The Original Factory Shop and Leekes.

The company is currently on the lookout for suitable premises as it seeks to further expand its operations in Dublin, where many of its clients are based.

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