The successful Portishead creative agency formerly known as Mango Ink has re-branded and re-launched as Chorus Digital, two years after merging with Portishead-based IT business Chorus.
Chorus Digital’s clients include the Soil Association, the National Osteoporosis Society and The Supply Group. Services include graphic design, branding, websites, coding and digital marketing – and a whole heap of technological expertise.
Emma Sherry, Managing Director, said: ‘Chorus – and Chorus Digital – has seen a period of rapid growth, steadily increasing our staff numbers as we take on more work.
‘Chorus has also been a longstanding supporter of the apprenticeship scheme with 10 very successful apprentices to date,’ she continued. ‘We give local school leavers the opportunity to do apprenticeships with us that lead to full time employment. Two of our most recent apprentices are currently working their way through their studies – very successfully!’
‘The company’s expansion has meant we’ve had to relocate to much larger offices,’ added Mike Sims. ‘It’s given us the chance to invest in a lovely, creative space for our staff and we have plenty of room so that we can continue to grow.’
‘We’re working with some fantastic clients on some exciting creative projects. The new Chorus Digital website gives us a chance to showcase that work, and get involved with new creative projects as Chorus Digital,’ he said.
‘It was time the creative side of the business had a facelift,’ said Emma Sherry, Managing Director. ‘We’ve been doing so much great work as part of Chorus - and before the merger - that we needed to create our own branding and shout about what we can do.
‘We’re a full service creative agency with a bonus – we are experts in technology. We specialise in designing and building beautiful websites that integrate seamlessly with clients’ existing systems.’
For more information about Chorus Digital visit: www.chorusdigital.co