We are looking for outstanding apprentices to work at Zumm Creative.
There is no limit in the number of people to recruit – we want to hear from the most talented creatives in the area to help build a vibrant creative communications cluster in Alsager.
There is also no limit in progression through the company, so is an ideal opportunity for ambitious types.
Full training will be given in all aspects of creativity and business, and each candidate must be enthusiastic and willing to constantly improve through self-learning.
In the first instance we are looking for people interested in video production, web development and social media/ copywriting, but we want to hear from those who have an interest in all areas of creative communications (graphic design, animation, illustration, audio production etc.) as there is no time-limit to this process.
If the shoe fits we’ll have room…
Contact us if you are or know someone talented who is at school, college or university and has a keen interest in creative communications.
Thanks to all our clients, suppliers, friends and family for a successful first ten years – here’s to the next ten!
Putting on Merlot-tinted glasses, here is a look back at a video used for our first marketing campaign ten years ago.
We’re celebrating our tenth birthday at the end of January, and to mark the milestone we’ve freshened up our logo.
Put simply we’ve removed the abstract graphic, but putting on creative glasses and a hipster beard the logo is now more aligned to our tagline “Moving Creative” as the mark acted as a colour anchor and physically restrained the custom typography’s natural movement…
Over the last month we’ve been busy merging a couple of our brands together and creating a new website to suit our new message of ‘Moving Creative’. Just in time for our 10 year anniversary!
Our site for Bear Spaces Property is featured in the gallery section of issue 179 of .net magazine, as one of the top websites of the month.
Calum (our creative director) has just won The Times Citizen Traveller Photography Award for April. The picture was taken at the top of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris and was published in The Times last week.