For anyone who visited us over at our old digs on Stoney Street, you’ll know we had a pretty sweet set up.

With exposed brick and big, industrial piping combined with Chesterfield sofas and more ‘agency’ decor than you can shake a flannel shirt at, we were the epitome of young agency life!

After nearly 3 years of growth, the office simply became too small for us. We knew – as we started holding our meetings in the stair well due to pure oversubscription in our meeting rooms – that something had to give.

Our new space at Fothergill House is exactly what we need. With space to accommodate our growth plans for the next 5 years, it’s perfect for us and provides further testament to our commitment to growing our Nottingham base alongside our London office. And, thanks to the full renovation of the space undertaken over the past two months, it retains the Impression charm thanks to wall decals, bean bags, comfy sofas and some of the best views in town.

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Impression founders Tom Craig and Aaron Dicks at our new Fothergill House office – Photo credit Nottingham Post

For the first 3 years of the 5, we’ll be sharing the space with another fast growth company, Distinct Recruitment. These guys bring a lot of energy and help both job seekers and those looking to fill their vacancies to connect, all based on their ethos of ‘being distinct’ – mirroring our own aspiration to stand apart in our marketplace, too.

The new office, located at 16 King Street, includes large work spaces, standing desks, bean bags, a large kitchen and networking area, four new meeting rooms, a dedicated training space (available for external events, too), a table football, table tennis and, of course, the good old Impression beer fridge. It will accommodate our ambitious growth plans, which continued this week with the addition of 4 new members to the team, and has already changed the way we work, with a lot more space for collaboration and creativity than ever before.

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The reception area at Fothergill House provides space for informal meetings, too – Photo credit Nottingham Post

A huge thanks to everyone who joined us last night to celebrate the launch of our new office. We’ll be sharing photos from the event over the next few days.

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Standing desks and a table football… what more could you want? – Photo credit Nottingham Post

Our new address

Our new Nottingham address is:

Fothergill House
16 King Street

We also have an office in London.

Impression’s office launch party

To celebrate our new office, we opened our doors and welcomed around 80 guests – including clients, partners and members of the press – to join us for drinks, nibbles and networking. Take a look at some of the photos below! Photo credit to Neil Priestley at One Fine Day Productions.

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Impression founders Tom Craig and Aaron Dicks

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Impression’s George Driscoll, Darol Lucas, Charlie Norledge and Edd Wilson with Scott Giles

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Impression’s Georgie Kemp, Lauren Capon, Greg Holland and Jess Hawkes

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Impression’s Mikey Emery with James Bryant, Faye Willis and Kevin Hard

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Impression’s Becky Carre with Joe Symmonds and Curtis Stocken

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One thought on “Impression Celebrates New Office at Fothergill House, Nottingham

  1. Osmond Noakes says:

    I’m very glad to have started my first attendence with the event on 22 January and much appreciated meeting Aroon
    And Tom, Tamily, Kerry etc. I hope to attend the next event on 21 February if its suitable and look forward to Tamily’s email with the last page she had on the screen with the needed website, email etc.