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Woodbridge: Creative agency That’s Brave seeks inspiration in new surroundings

15:45 25 January 2013

David Holloway, left, and Vaughan Evans of That

David Holloway, left, and Vaughan Evans of That's Brave outside the agency's new offices in Woodbridge


CREATIVE agency That’s Brave has relocated from Ipswich to new offices overlooking the Tide Mill in Woodbridge.


The agency, whose clients range from local names such as Pinney’s of Orford and Coes to high-end men’s fashion label Dunhill, offers a full creative service from branding and logo design to advertising, packaging, print and digital.

And it believes the move will provide an inspirational working space for its team, as well as plenty of free parking space for its clients.

Creative partner Vaughan Evans said: “It is down to our intimate team and collaborators who keep us fresh and inspired.

“Being able to offer that little something special, it is what makes us the unique agency we are. We are brave with our creativity and encourage our clients to be too.”

“Now in our second year, we hope to really push forward and thrive in Woodbridge,” added fellow creative partner David Holloway.

“You only have to walk out for a sandwich to see the local entertainers and entrepreneurs to know already that this is a real hub of creativity.”



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