New creative studio brings business growth to Bromsgrove

A new full-service creative studio launches in Bromsgrove next week, dedicated to helping businesses across the region grow and providing opportunities for young people to break into the creative industries.

Studio B61 is run by Graphic Designer Hannah Dudley and Marketing Consultant Sian Conway, who between them have over 12 years’ experience and an impressive portfolio of high profile clients – including Harris Lamb Property Consultancy and Spire Healthcare.

Studio B61 will be a true creative hub for the region, with marketing, branding, design, printing services and a photography studio all available from their site on Sanders Road Industrial Estate.

“It’s not always easy for local businesses to find the right expertise to help them grow. There’s so many different things to think about that they could try” said Sian Conway, Marketing Director at Studio B61. “We want to help them find the right methods for their brand. We can provide everything they need to deliver a successful marketing strategy in-house, and we’ve got the expertise to tailor it to their business, so they know that what they’re doing will have a real impact on their growth.”

Local photographers and creative students will also benefit from the range of facilities available at Studio B61. They have already offered an internship to a Coventry University Graphic Design student starting in September.

“It’s not an easy industry to break into” said Creative Director Hannah Dudley. “Employers and clients want to see an impressive portfolio as well as qualifications and work experience isn’t always easy to find. We’re really keen to provide hands on opportunities to young people so they can start to build their portfolios. We wouldn’t be here if we hadn’t had that opportunity, so it’s important to us to give back now we can.”

Studio B61 will open on Monday 7 August on Sanders Road Industrial Estate, Bromsgrove.

For more information, please contact Sian Conway –  01527 757002


Pictured: Company founders Sian Conway (left) and Hannah Dudley (right) met at Coventry University in 2011.