Hull-based creative communications agency Pace has moved to new larger offices to accommodate its growing team as it looks to maximise potential for client delivery.
The agency is now based at Warehouse Six in Princes Dock Street in the city centre. Following a number of key appointments, Pace outgrew its Fruit Market base and has moved to the renovated warehouse. It is Pace’s fourth move in eight years.
The new space includes more areas for collaborative working and a dedicated studio space, kitted out with specialist equipment, for the agency’s fast-growing video and film production arm.
Anita Pace, founding managing director, said: “We’re now a team of 28 and we needed more space. This move is significant because it represents continued investment in our future growth. Our new office will foster more creativity within Team Pace thanks to the purpose-built spaces we have designed including our new state-of-the-art production studio. I strongly believe that we create our best work when we collaborate in person, face-to-face, and our new home at Warehouse Six will give us better opportunities to do this both as a team and with our clients.”
Warehouse Six, originally serving Princes Dock, was built in 1850 and the building still retains many original features. With Ask Italian on the ground floor, the office space above was previously occupied by fintech firm Dojo prior to its expansion to @The Dock Tech Campus.
Anita, a former Bondholders chair and KCom director, set up the agency in 2015.
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