Wish celebrates EU funding with a move and new job creation

Wish Digital has relocated to Granary studios near Wetherby
Wish Digital has relocated to Granary studios near Wetherby
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Marketing agency Wish Digital has celebrated three years of trading and the securing of EU funding with a move to new premises.

The digital firm, which has launched websites for clients including Arrow Self Drive and Animalcare and also secured a contract with CCL Label, the largest label manufacturer in the world, has moved to the new Granary studios near Wetherby.

Wish received £7,700 from the European Regional Development AD:VENTURE business programme, which will help to buy new equipment.

The relocation has paved the way for new recruits, with two jobs created already and a further three over the next six months.

Graham Swift, cabinet member for resources, enterprise and economic development at Harrogate Borough Council, said: “The new studios are a fantastic working space for their team and it’s great to see the project support this expansion for a growing business in this sector.”

Chris Kell, Wish Digital director, added: “We have secured significant new business over the past six months, including clients based in Germany & Belgium. The move to our new studios has been fantastic, creating a really contemporary working environment for our team, whilst the grant will help us to purchase the high end IT equipment we need to better service our clients.”