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Monday 3 August 2015

Design consultancy unveils expansion plans

Published 21/10/2009 | 04:04

A specialist Belfast design consultancy is planning renewed expansion after taking on and beating some of the big boys of the industry in London and New York, it revealed today.

Frank Design and Communications, based in the Cathedral Quarter, is increasingly being called in by international clients because of its skills and competitive pricing against bigger agencies.

Managing director Damian Cranney said carrying out more projects outside Northern Ireland was enabling the firm to continue with its growth plans despite the recession.

"We have a strong local client base, including Invest Northern Ireland, Belfast City Council and BBC Northern Ireland, among others, which we've been able to add to over the past couple of years.

"In addition we have increasingly been able to secure business outside Northern Ireland due to our skills set and because we can price competitively against agencies in places like London and New York.

"We've therefore taken on four new staff in the past 12 months are are planning to increase our headcount further in the months ahead."

Frank has recently secured work to create the brand and a range of marketing materials for Borgo Egnazia, a luxury five star resort due to open in southern Italy next spring, and is also developing a new brand and website for London-based international technology business IM Global.

It has also carried out design work for luxury hotels in Mexico, Colorado, Austria and Germany which are all part of the US based West Paces Hotel Group.

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