New director and office for Kaleidoscope as it plans "fresh approach"

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by David Prior

Liverpool agency Kaleidoscope has launched a new team and range of services as it moves into a new office.

The agency has relocated to the city’s Cotton Exchange, undergone a rebrand and appointed James Kirk to lead a "fresh, strategic approach" and expand its services.

It has also just completed a new TV commercial for Kilner jars, working in collaboration with the Rayware Group and Limehouse TV.

Originally set up in 1988 by Mike Edwards and John Faulkner, the agency has worked for clients including the NHS, Hill Dickinson, PSS, Electricity North West and Silversea Cruises.

Newly-appointed strategic director Kirk, who has previously worked with the likes of AstraZeneca, WWF (World Wildlife Fund) and Aston Villa Football Club, said: “Kaleidoscope has developed an excellent reputation in the city and further afield for its quality of creative thinking and fantastic client service. We plan to build on this to ensure it leads the way in the coming years by combining traditional business values with a new, strategic skill set."

Managing director Edwards added: “Our new look, new premises and the recruitment of James are all crucial in building on the company’s success and winning two awards for our recent work with Alder Hey Children’s Hospital was the icing on the cake."

Pictured: James Kirk (left) and Mike Edwards