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New office blueprint for Purpose Media

Posted onPosted on 3rd Nov
New office blueprint for Purpose Media

An expanding team and an increase in the need for meeting room space has made it necessary for e-commerce website and on-line marketing specialists Purpose Media to approach Blueprint Interiors for advice on how to maximize the layout of their existing 1,1000 square feet of office space.

Purpose Media purchased their present offices in South Normanton in May 2012, and has doubled turnover and employees each year ever since. It is also mid-way through the process of applying for a D2N2 grant to move to even larger offices within the next six to twelve months, therefore spending a fortune on a new fit-out was out of the question. However, the costs being incurred to hire external meeting rooms and the need for more space for staff to work efficiently meant there was certainly a business case to make interim improvements.

Based in Diseworth Derbyshire, Blueprint Interiors were founded in 2011 by Robert Day to provide an expert workspace planning, design and consultancy service and has worked with clients of all sizes from global brands such as Cadburys to local independent companies involved a variety of business activities such as dental practices to retail, manufacturing and technology companies.

Commenting on the project, Purpose Media managing director Matt Wheatcroft, said: “I had obtained some quotes prior to talking to Blueprint Interiors, but they were extortionate, supposedly because of the position of existing heating and lighting installations. I was immediately impressed with how well Robert Day understood our needs, and presented a cost effective solution to our space dilemma.”

Robert Day, managing director of Blueprint Interiors added: “We always work collaboratively with clients to understand their needs to hopefully begin saving them money even before orders have been placed. We are delighted that we have provided Purpose Media with an interim solution that resolves their space limitations.”

The new fit out involves a re-design of desk space in the upstairs offices and the addition of acoustics and partitioning to the downstairs area to create a dedicated meeting room and a private office. The total project value is £18,000 and is a great example of two Derbyshire based companies utilising the Marketing Derby Bondholder scheme to conduct reciprocal business.