More room for Braincells

RAPID growth has forced local strategic marketing company Brain-cells to relocate to more spacious premises at the old fire station in Claremont.

After just three years, Braincells has grown from four people in an office in West Perth to a successful business with 13 full-time staff.

The firm is run by former beer executive and founding investor in the newly-opened Little Creatures Brewery Howard Cearns.

Braincells director Alan Burtenshaw said the move was part of the evolution of Braincells, and part of the strategy was to get out of West Perth, the traditional advertising hub of Perth, after recording strong growth.

“In the last 12 months we have doubled in size,” Mr Burtenshaw said.

Mr Burtenshaw said the Fire Station provides more than twice the area Braincells had in Thomas Street, Subiaco, across the road from West Perth.

“We’ve recently put on an e-market specialist, and the new premises gives us the ability to grow without having to move,” he said.

Braincells claims to offer a seamless integrated approach to marketing for their clients, with a sound strategic focus underpinning their creative output.

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