“This is a huge development for North Studio. We have grown to provide not only websites, but also fully rounded solutions that include more integrated custom marketing techniques.
Victoria, BC (PRWEB) April 23, 2015
North Studio, a leading website design and development agency, announced today that it has moved to a larger location in Gateway Village. The new office is located at 105-771 Vernon Avenue (above HSBC) and offers over 4500 sq ft of newly renovated space, all with the same convenient location and abundance of client parking.
Karen Smallwood, President of North Studio chose the new location because it will allow the company to expand its operations, work closely with trusted sub-contractors, and foster a sense of community and connection with other local business owners.
“This is a huge development for North Studio,” she said. “We have grown to provide not only websites, but also fully rounded solutions that include more integrated custom marketing techniques. The new space will inspire our team to collaborate, innovate, and ultimately enhance clients’ ROI.”
The move also reflects a positive direction for North Studio staff members. Management has implemented a number of initiatives to reward their team’s commitment to growth and excellence, such as salaried employment, paid benefits, gym memberships, peer rewards, staff BBQs, and free tea and coffee.
At the same time, North Studio’s training partner, Q College, is also reaping the rewards of the expansion. The two companies formerly worked side-by-side in adjoined office space, but now Q College is also able to expand and offer more short skills and entrepreneurial programs, all complemented by a larger team of instructors.
“There are lots of exciting things coming up in the next few months,” added Smallwood. “In addition to growing into our new space, we’re looking forward to new websites for both North Studio and Q College, as well as new courses to help entrepreneurs kickstart their businesses and employers to train their new and existing employees.”