NORWALK, Conn. -- Silver Creative Group, a full-service branding, web-development and marketing agency, announced that it has relocated and expanded its Connecticut headquarters to 50 Water St. in South Norwalk.
The move is taking place just 18 months after a previous expansion due to increased workload from thriving companies such as Stonehenge Management and Invesco Advisors as well as new ventures with General Growth Properties, Upfront Foods, Intralinks and more.
“Finding a great space in South Norwalk was important to us,” said Donna Bonato, creative director and co-founder. “The setting, the people, the vibe -- it’s all part of what has helped us shape our agency over the past 12 years, not to mention half the team lives here in Norwalk. I couldn’t imagine a better place to grow and cultivate creative talent.”
After exploring and carefully weighing options throughout the tristate area, it is clear the new location is the ideal space for Silver Creative Group to grow and extend its range of marketing, branding, and web-development services.
With easy access for clients and employees, ample collaborative space and state of the art technological features, Silver Creative Group is poised to thrive in the new headquarters.
“As much as we’ve enjoyed our 12 years at 50 North Main, our staff and capabilities have simply outgrown the space,” said Paul Zullo, managing director and co-founder for Silver Creative Group. “We were so fortunate to find a space that could accommodate our expanding business in this neighborhood that we’ve grown so fond of. Easy access to Metro-North and I-95 has been invaluable in our effort to serve and understand our local Connecticut and New York City markets, I’m glad it’s an advantage we’re able to keep for years to come.”
Silver Creative Group’s move coincides with an expansion effort focused around increasing web capabilities and human resources, made possible in part by a grant received from Connecticut’s Department of Economic and Community Development less than one year ago.
The new space will better accommodate the increased workforce as well as future hires, and facilitate the development of additional digital and video solutions for websites, signage, online portals, mobile, multi device application development and more.
The new headquarters will be staffed by nine full-time employees and three part time contractors with plans to increase to 15 employees by 2017.
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