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Office move to go with a bang.

DESIGN and marketing company blah di blah will celebrate its expansion into new premes is with a bang today, Guy Fawkes Night.

Founded in Bangor seven years ago the fast-growing company now employs 20 people and has clients from Cardiff to California.

Managing director Neil Rylance said: ``We've opened up at the Riverside Business park in Conwy because we have grown out of our original offices. We have also started a new division in Bangor called printing. com.

``Business is really booming. Only 18 months ago we had 10 people on the team.

``Now its 20 plus the equivalent of another 10 jobs amoung suppliers such as writers, artists and translators.

``One of the best things about our success is that we are keeping and developing people in North Wales. And the quality of our work is a match for anyone in the world. ''

Blah accounts include marketing programmes for the Welsh Assembly Government plus a USA-wide campaign for California-based travel company RPMC.


Managing director Neil Rylance with Paul Bowden of the design studio at blah di blah
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Nov 5, 2004
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