Sheffield-headquartered digital marketing agency Little Mesters has moved into a larger office space to support the expansion of its team and client roster.
The agency has signed a lease on the office at Globe Works on Penistone Road. Little Mesters has also hired Joseph Morris as content mester and Becky Heath as account mester, alongside working with an expanded network of freelancers including a videographer and web developer in the last couple of months.
The expansion is due to the continued success of the digital agency, which has secured three new clients since March: Stuff The Office, ProWhite+ and Really Good Beer Society. Little Mesters now has a client roster totalling 14. Services for its newest clients include social media, paid social, digital advertising, creative and lead generation.
Founded by head mester Tom Scott in August 2020, Little Mesters is based on the idea of assembling the perfect team of freelance experts to craft bespoke digital projects and strategies. The now five-strong in-house team has been expanded to support ongoing client work and the team’s freelance network will work with them on client projects.
Tom has also kicked off a podcast series sharing his views and experiences of setting up an agency and building a business. The podcast, called “I Started An Agency”, is an honest reflection of the journey of a new business owner and he’s now inviting guests to share their experiences.
Scott said: “I’m pleased to move into the historical Globe Works development because it’s a great fit for Little Mesters. I’d like to extend a very warm welcome to Joseph and Becky. They have already made a positive impact in the team, bringing with them a wealth of experience and ideas.
“We continue to see interest in our services grow as entrepreneurial and owner-managed businesses actively seek to further boost their digital presence. Many of our clients have had to pivot to survive and thrive in the pandemic, so it’s fantastic to deliver tangible business results for them. It’s an exciting stage of the Little Mesters business journey so far, which is testament to the hard work of our in-house and freelance team.”
The expansion comes just two months after Little Mesters announced a trio of client wins and the hiring of its first two employees.