MediaCity welcomes new and expanding businesses across ARRIVE
MediaCity has welcomed two new recruitment service occupiers to its workspace offer – ARRIVE, while award winning creative audio business Audio Always and marketing agency Sixothree expand their presence within the creative, tech and digital destination.
Specialist recruitment businesses CY Partners and Hedera Hiring have relocated to MediaCity’s Tomorrow and White buildings respectively, to take advantage of the 250 strong SME network as well as the leisure and cultural offer on site for its employees.
Lawson Leefe, Director at Hedera Hiring, said: “We’ve been based in the Quays for several years and love the area. ARRIVE offers premium office space, access to first class facilities, and an increasingly busy calendar of events organised by the management team.”
Paul Fernley, Head of Partnerships at Audio Always, who have launched a new audio studio as part of their expansion said: “We’re thrilled to be opening a new third studio in the Tomorrow Building at MediaCity, expanding our offering for businesses, broadcasters and talent with a new visual podcast recording studio.
“This space sees us continue our investment in the Northern audio eco-system and has already welcomed clients from MediaCity, Greater Manchester and beyond.”
Audio Always’ expansion follows a successful year which has seen its client base expand with high profile projects including the chart topping true crime Original podcast, Carrie Jade Does Not Exist with Sue Perkins, the return of Different with Nicky Campbell for BBC Sounds and a powerful collaboration with their MediaCity neighbours Fuzzy Duck on a project for Dreams and Shelter.