Digital Media Team move to Manchester City Centre | Knutsford Times

Digital Media Team move to Manchester City Centre

By on September 11, 2018

Digital and social media marketing agency Digital Media Team have opened up a brand new office in central Manchester after outgrowing their place in Altrincham due to their expanding client base.

Starting out in a small office in Cheshire with just five members of staff, DMT have grown so quickly that they’ve already had to move three times.

Darren Hughes, Director of DMT, had this to say about the big move:

“As a growing Digital agency based in Altrincham, we seemed to have it all; expanding client base, our own building, a great team of hugely experienced people and the obligatory agency pool table!

However, our growth meant one thing: to up roots and move from the leafy suburbs of Cheshire and relocate to the heart of the Northern Quarter where we are right in the mix with our creative counterparts. From day one this has proved to be a tremendous decision and we have had a great response from existing clients, new prospective partners and are attracting more talent to join our team.”

With the company expanding, they’re constantly bringing new talent to their team, helping them to become one of the biggest social media agencies in Manchester.

DMT is quickly becoming the go-to agency for all things social media and their mission is to create successful online strategies for businesses, whatever the size or industry.

Kirsty Allen, Head of Creative at DMT, has been with the company since it was first created:

“Seeing DMT open up an office in the city centre is amazing, as it shows just how far we’ve come from our humble beginnings. I remember sitting around with the team when we first decided to open an agency, and now we’re here! It’s great being in the city as there’s always something going on. We’re closer to clients, businesses and other creatives – it’s the best place to be.”

We can’t wait to see what the future holds for DMT and we love their new HQ in the NQ!

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