Coffee & TV
1 year ago
Visual content studio Coffee & TV today announces the expansion of its London Soho studio at 71 Broadwick Street with the addition of a second 2200 sq ft. floor to its space in the building.
The new space will see the company add two new flame suites, two extra VFX suites and a new telecine suite to its facilities. The extra square footage will also provide studio space for another eight seats of CGI and motion graphics. The new floor will be open for business from December.
The move comes as Coffee & TV continues to experience significant year on year growth, attracting new agencies and clients as it expands its creative offering. The company is increasingly bringing its expertise and artistry to brands and agencies looking to improve the quality and performance of digital video content on social platforms, including shooting and re-purposing for mobile video for the Facebook and Instagram Stories format. In early 2019, Coffee & TV will be offering a programme of interactive social media advertising workshops to better help advertisers and their partners develop exceptional creative assets for a range of online platforms.
The studio counts Sky Creative, ITV, Mother London and adam&eveDDB amongst its regular clients.
Derek Moore, CEO and co-founder Coffee & TV, said: “Since opening in Broadwick Street nearly three years ago, demand for our artists has been incredible. We have more than doubled our team and our client portfolio. As more businesses than ever look to create bespoke, quality visuals for an ever-increasing number of platforms, demand for the highest quality content has exploded. This expansion shows we are committed to staying in Soho. It remains a source of inspiration to me and the team and we love everything that the neighbourhood has to offer.”Coffee & TV, 1 year ago