An award-winning media company has moved to Blackpool and signalled expansion plans with a key appointment.
TV production company, Brilliant Trees Media which has been going for eight years has relocated from Carlisle to the Whitehill Business Park.
And it has expanded its team with the arrival of Digital and Creative Marketing Lead, Michelle Walker.
Michelle joined the team to offer clients a broader marketing service in addition to the Broadcast media production the company is famed for.
With 15 years marketing experience under her belt, 10 of which were spent working with premium automotive brands BMW and MINI, Michelle is no novice when to comes to delivering successful, high-impact creative campaigns across digital, radio, print and outdoor.
Brilliant Trees Director, Susanna Boccaccio said: “It’s a real coup to have Michelle working with us. We have a lot of existing clients who can benefit from her expertise but it also means we now have the capacity to take on board new projects.”
Brilliant Trees Media work with a diverse range of clients and can produce anything from a 30-second TV advert through to a full documentary series for broadcast TV but lately has seen a growing trend in companies using their production skills for video and online marketing campaigns.
The recent expansion also ties in with the company laying down new roots in Blackpool where Susanna’s family originates.
She said the new premises based just off the M55 allow easy access to all of the North West.
Susanna said: “I’m really excited about the future. We’re an established, well-equipped, creative agency which has just got bigger and better!
“There’s huge potential in video marketing and regional TV advertising, they should be instrumental in a business’s marketing strategy. We are the people to do that for you.”
Michelle said: “It’s very exciting and I am delighted to be joining this award winning team.
“Brilliant Trees is well known for its TV and cinema commercials and its filming of events, but we are looking to expand our services to do more content marketing for businesses as well as TV production.”
She said increasingly companies were looking for video on their websites to enhance their brand and marketing.