A DURHAM-based firm has expanded within its first year and taken on four new recruits.
Concision, a specialist writing company, began trading in Durham just under a year ago. Since then they’ve helped businesses from different sectors all over the world get their message across by using just the right words.
Concision’s CEO Daniel Roe explains: “More and more, companies are beginning to realise how important it is to cut through the noise by communicating simply and clearly. Quality content is now the key strategy in marketing.”
As a result Concision has been able to expand within their first year, creating four new jobs.
“County Durham is a good place for creative businesses like ours,” continued Daniel. “There is a lot of expertise in the North East that has really benefited us as a start-up, including access to great talent. We have been well positioned for growth from the start.”
Business writers Joseph Costello and Iglika Lax started working with Concision at the beginning of July. Published author Michael Dormandy and Pete Holt will be joining the team at different points in the summer.
Concision has been given financial guidance and support by Jesmond-based Robson Laidler accountants and business advisors. Robson Laidler director and tax advisor Martin Wardle said: “We are proud to have been involved with the business right from the start. It is always satisfying to work with driven business owners to help them achieve their goals.
“Durham is an area of extensive growth and increasing popularity; a hub for entrepreneurs and small businesses looking to develop their brand and reach out and captivate their audience. We love the feeling of supporting local businesses just as much as we relish the opportunity to help a small business get off the ground, wherever they are based.”