1 July 2014
Copper Bay Creative, a full service creative company based in Swansea, has hired an experienced graphic designer who brings with him a substantial number of clients from his former business.
Jordan Stiens-Magil previously owned Zooba, a web design company, which ceased trading at the end of June. He brings with him around 50 percent of Zooba’s former clients, representing a substantial growth to Copper Bay.
Stiens-Magil worked as a web designer and developer for Zooba for four years. He has also worked freelance in the industry and has almost eight years’ experience in total.
Matt Pugh, creative director of Copper Bay Creative, said:
“I am really pleased we have been able to bring Jordan on board. He is talented designer and he will become an important asset to our team here at Copper Bay.”
“Owning Zooba these past four years has been great and has given me a lot experience working with small businesses.
“However, I am looking for a position where I can really develop the design skills I have learned over the years and push forward in this industry.”
Copper Bay Creative was formed by the merger of three limited companies: Beach Software, a web development company; Star in a Jar, a creative design business; and That Printing Company, a specialist niche printing business.
Copper Bay Creative offers a wide spectrum of creative services including graphic design, website development and design, printing, promotional products, social media, online marketing as well as web and mobile based applications.
For more information visit: http://www.copperbaycreative.co.uk/
Copper Bay Creative
Seren Global Media
01792 293 333
Notes for Editor
Copper Bay Creative is a full-service creative marketing company based in Swansea serving clients along the M4 corridor from West Wales to London.
From websites to business cards and social media to promotional pens, it provides a wide range of marketing support services designed to get your business noticed.
It uses creative ideas, design and implementation along with the functionality that’s expected in this day and age of technology.