Nottingham video agency reveals plan to double staff numbers

The Skeleton team
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Nottingham based video agency Skeleton has revealed plans to double its 10-strong team.

Throughout the Covid pandemic, Skeleton has supported major businesses like Europa, Henkel & Box with their video marketing.

Now, thanks to some “excellent” results and new client wins, the firm says demand for its services is “stronger than ever” and the company is looking to add ten new staff to its team.

Skeleton is also launching its “Goodbye Average. Hello Remarkable” campaign, to encourage businesses, particularly SMEs, to not settle for average video.

Director of partnerships and acquisitions, James Bryant, said: “Frankly, ‘good enough’ is no longer good enough. The Covid pandemic increased the time consumers of all ages spent online and many businesses responded by diverting more resources to digital marketing. Sadly, many of those who didn’t invest in high quality video didn’t quite see the results they’d hoped for, despite their best efforts.”

Managing director Jonathan English added: “Skeleton’s success hinges on creating content that audiences really respond to. By combining smart thinking with bold creative, we keep a laser focus on our client’s objectives.

“Our track record shows we really can do remarkable things with video but that is all powered by our people. We’re on a growth trajectory and the great thing is that we need more of these talented people to join our remarkable campaigns.”

Skeleton was founded by Bryant and English after the pair met at the University of Nottingham. They say that they would love to hear from applicants from either local university.

Bryant said: “As graduates of the university and the business school, we’d especially encourage local university graduates to apply for our new roles, as we believe in keeping remarkable talent in the city, for the benefit of all who live and work in Nottingham.”

Video strategists, marketing managers and motion graphics designers are among the ten roles that Skeleton will be recruiting for in the coming months.