Mosquito Digital opens new main base in Manchester

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by Nick Jaspan

mosquito logoMosquito Digital has moved the core of its operation from Booths Hall Park in Knutsford to the Northern Quarter in Manchester.  The agency is however retaining a smaller office at Booths Hall for client meetings and new business presentations.

Agency boss Jo Sass was keen to stress that the agency has enjoyed both good fortune and great client relations by being based in Cheshire since Mosquito was formed in 2010, but that with the agency's growth and requirement for digitally-driven staff, a move into Manchester made sense as the directors considered their options “going forward.”

The majority of Mosquito's staff live in the city centre or within the Chorlton, Withington and Didsbury axis said Sass.

The agency was established in 2010 by Anthony Diver, Jo Sass and Graham Sass.

The agency has a number of beauty, hair care and lifestyle clients and recently has expanded again with new clients in the shape of charities Living Streets and British Nutrition Foundation and the tourism promotional body Marketing Cheshire, headed up by Katrina Michel.

MosquitoMosquito currently employs 11 staff and Sass (Jo) told Prolific North that they had plans to employ further staff spanning development, social media and project management in the coming months.

Their need for developers is likely to be the most immediately pressing she added.

In July this year, Mosquito won the  'Best Small Agency' category at the Northern Marketing Awards.



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