A graphic design company is on the move as it forges a new partnership with a well known North Staffordshire brand.
eyefourdesign was set up by Lisa Gilliver eight years ago and has helped many companies in the area with their brand and creative identity requirements.
Now Lisa is looking to expand through a partnership with M&M Signs and Graphics.
eyefourdesign will move to M&M’s Portland Road, Longton base and Lisa will work on a consultancy basis with the M&M team while continuing to offer bespoke branding and creative solutions to her own clients.
Lisa said: “I have been able to grow eyefourdesign despite the recessionary climate of recent years, and now is the time to take a major step forward.
“The two companies complement each other perfectly. I have over 20-years industry experience and will work at management level with the M&M team.
“It will also give me the opportunity to offer additional and improved services to my clients.
“Part of the portfolio of services offered to clients of eyefourdesign is signage, display, exhibition, interior and exterior design work.
“M&M has the in-house facilities and expertise in areas including large print formats, sign making and vehicle wrapping which will perfectly compliment and enhance my portfolio.”
Lisa initially worked as a graphic designer in the media industry before founding her own business in 2005.
M&M is a well-known North Staffordshire company, the signs and graphics division is part of the M&M Group, which also has a vehicle repairs and an IT solutions arm.
eyefourdesign will move from offices in Butt Lane, Kidsgrove, to M&M’s Longton headquarters.
For media enquiries please contact Lisa Gilliver on 07773 367452 or Nigel Howle on 0776 2043436.
Notes to Editors:
eyefourdesign was founded by Lisa Gilliver in 2006. An experienced graphic designer with many years of experience working for large organisations, Lisa works with businesses to improve their identity through professional, high quality graphics and branding designed to give them an edge over their competition.