A performance marketing agency has expanded into new premises in Hull after doubling its team in the last 12 months.
Diony, founded by chief executive Alistair O’Sullivan five years ago, has moved from its original premises in Hull’s old town to WORX, a former newspaper printing center that has been redeveloped into a hub for local businesses since its acquisition by Allenby Commercial.
The new 1,500 square foot office will house a team of 15, up from eight a year ago.
The team includes marketing director Lisa Harvey, who heads up expansion and recruitment for the business, which has doubled its turnover every year and outgrown its two previous High Street offices .
Alistair O’Sullivan said: “One of the main reasons to move into one of Allenby’s wonderful spaces is the staff and the talent. The desire to challenge the way agencies are run is at the heart of our service, improving performance and ensuring growth for our clients. .
“A big part of that is our commitment to our team, recruiting the best talent we can from the region and attracting them by making Diony an exceptional place to work in terms of office and culture.”
Charlie Allenby, Director of Development at Allenby Commercial, added: “Alistair has built a good creative business which is growing well and like the other businesses we have brought in he was attracted to the location and the quality of construction. and renovation. with modern dynamics.
“The requirements have changed over the past two years. Everything we do is to make space work for people and that has never been more important than it is now.”