Strawberry relocates to Hull tech hub

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Digital marketing agency Strawberry has relocated to the Centre for Digital Innovation (C4DI) in Hull.

The company, which employs a team of 35, is taking 2,500 sq ft on the tech hub’s top floor and is looking to complete the move in May.

It has been based on Strawberry Street since it was founded 23 years ago. Strawberry's sister business for graduates and apprentices, StrawberryToo, will continue to operate from The Maltings.

Strawberry’s creative director, Dominic Love, said: “We’ve very excited by everything that’s happening in Hull and we want to be at the heart of what’s going on. Moving to C4DI gives us that.

“The Fruit Market is now firmly established as the city’s cultural and creative quarter and, as the area’s leading creative agency, we believe it’s the ideal place for us to be."

Strawberry is on track to record a turnover of £1.8m this year.

C4DI is part of the £14m @TheDock development, delivered by Hull developer Wykeland Group.

Pictured above (l to r): Wykeland's John Gouldthorp, Strawberry digital director James Greenwood, Wykeland MD Dominic Gibbons, Strawberry MD Jonathan Leafe and creative director Dominic Love