Leeds agency lands at new city centre base

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by David Prior

Leeds agency LITTLE has relocated across the city centre in order to accommodate further growth.

The agency has moved from its previous headquarters at Devonshire House into larger premises at Calls Landing.

Formed in 2009 as Little Black Box and later rebranded as LITTLE, the business has seen significant expansion since managing director Mark Mildren took over in 2011, with fellow directors Chris Hemingway and Ian Richardson joining in 2012.

Originally based in Richmond, North Yorkshire, the agency moved to Leeds in 2015 and has a client list that includes Munroe K, the NHS, Charlton Morris and Virgin.

Mildren said: “We’re excited to be moving to one of Leeds’ most iconic buildings and addresses. The building looks fantastic and the inspirational space is a testament to the thoughtful refurbishment the team at King & Co have undertaken. The increased space will allow us to grow our team off the back of a really good start to the year.”

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