Manchester-based presentation design specialists Buffalo7 have brought on board two new members of staff following a landmark year in terms of client wins and turnover.
Stephanie Coathupe and Liz Booth both join as Presentation Designers.
Manchester Metropolitan University graduate Stephanie was previously working as a prolific freelance illustrator and designer, delivering projects for clients including Hallmark Cards and Manchester Central Library.
"The last year has been a period of rapid growth for our agency, so Stephanie and Liz have joined us at an extremely exciting time."
Richard Barnes, Buffalo Creative Director
Liz comes to Buffalo7 having previously been an art and design technician for Tate Liverpool’s youth support project, where she produced and curated programmes of workshops, events and exhibitions to increase youth engagement.
Creative Director Richard Barnes said, “The last year has been a period of rapid growth for our agency, so Stephanie and Liz have joined us at an extremely exciting time.
“Their creative specialisms and technical talents help round out our presentation design skillset, enabling us to deliver even more value to our clients.”
Buffalo7 is the UK’s leading PowerPoint presentation design agency, creating premium presentations for some of the world’s leading brands. Its recent clients include Sony PlayStation, the Guardian, Unilever, Budweiser Budvar and UEFA Champions League.
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