Make Events, whose client list includes Thomas Cook, PUMA and Auto Trader, will more than double their workspace when they move into the last remaining wing at Orbit Development’s Bollin House next month.
Holly Moore, founder and MD of Make Events said: “We have kept lean for the last six years and grown in a considered and stable manner. We have now built up enough resilience to be able to give our team the ultimate office experience as well as our customers.”
Adam Jackson, Senior Leasing Surveyor at Orbit Developments said: “Make Events are a successful business and we are delighted to be able to find them new accommodation to support the next phase of expansion. Their ambitious fit out plans will create an amazing space in which to grow.”
Award-winning interior designer Toni Horsfield has been appointed to facilitate the office move which will take place early May. Horsfield has transformed the offices of many companies such as Halfords, Timpson and EE. She said: “It is a joy to work with such a progressive brand. Holly’s vision for the space has been clear from the start and we have been able to really tailor the office to reflect the Make Events DNA - quotes and all! I think it is going to be an extremely creative workspace with some very happy colleagues.”
In order to give the ultimate experience for employees, clients and suppliers, Make Events’ newly dubbed ‘House of Make’ will be a collaborative, cool office designed to increase employee enjoyment, attract new talent and boost creativity.
Holly Moore added: “The coffee and champagne will always be in abundance with the odd event thrown in too. We welcome clients, suppliers and local businesses to pop in any time.”
As part of growth plans Make Events has appointed Catherine Godsland, former MD of Out There Events. Catherine will be joining the business on a consultative basis to support their expansion and account development ambitions, whilst also being a mentor to the team.
"We have now built up enough resilience to be able to give our team the ultimate office experience as well as our customer."
Holly Moore, founder and MD of Make Events
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