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Sixth Story

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Creative website designers, graphic designers & brand storytellers.

Languages Spoken: English, Slovenian

Employees: 1-5 Established: 2009 Joined: 2011

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We are a branding and communications creative agency based in Birmingham, in the West Midlands. We�re visual and brand storytellers specialising in design and digital. We use our knowledge, experience and passion to create brand stories, brand identities, company logo design, website design, digital communications, business literature, packaging, displays and a whole lot of other creative work, that works.

Industry Sectors

Health & Beauty, Financial & Legal, Manufacturers & Engineers, Retail, Other

Tends to work with

Small-Medium Enterprise (SME), Private Company, Startup, Corporation / Public Company

General location of clients:

Shropshire, West Midlands, London

Content Management System:

Our favourite CMS is WordPress - it's flexible, dynamic, we've built our own plug-ins and it's easy to use for clients.

Recent Projects

  • Pik n Fix

    Pik n Fix
    http://www.piknfix.com/

    Pik n Fix are locksmiths based in Mansfield and required a mobile website to promote their business. Read More

  • CPDtv

    CPDtv
    http://www.cpdonline.tv/

    A brand new website for start-up business CPDonline. The firm provides film production of corporate events and needed a professional website design to appeal to a wide target audience. Read More

  • Chatfield Private Client

    Chatfield Private Client
    http://www.chatfieldprivateclient.com/

    Chatfield provides financially established individuals and trustees with bespoke and impartial financial planning advice. Our focus is on you; your peace of mind, your confidence in your financial future and your long-term plans. We provide an ongoing service year after year and our approach is deli... Read More

Recent Reviews

  • Reviewed on 18 May, 2012
    Company recommended by reviewer Sixth Story have been a delight in the development of the Imageen brand and website design. It was clear from the start that they were going to be very easy to work with and no request, alteration or addition was too much trouble....  Read More

    William Carslaw
    — Imageen

  • Reviewed on 18 May, 2012
    Company recommended by reviewer I have been working with Sian and the team at Sixth Story for several months. The initial brief was for an identity for my new company – but this has expanded to marketing of the products and web site development. Why did I c...  Read More

    Richard Hancock
    — Toorak

  • Reviewed on 18 May, 2012
    Company recommended by reviewer Sixth Story have just completed work on a newly-launched mobile site for eBay UK, at www.ebay-mobilemediacentre.co.uk, which was created as part of eBay’s campaign to address the growing potential of m-commerce. We were reall...  Read More

    Clare
    — Moorebridge

Interview

Q : Describe your company in 5 words.
A : Beyond Conventional Branding & Communications

Q : Where do you see your company in 10 years time?
A : We aim to be in a purpose built studio with a team of 15 to 20 providing innovative solutions to a wide range of SMEs and big brands to keep us on our toes.

Q : How was your company name chosen?
A : In summary.... Six in Mandarin is good for business and Story because if we had to put a job title on what we do it would be that we are Brand Storytellers. So the Sixth Story and our logo shows the concept of integration.

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Articles

Marketing and Common Sense
A term flopped about by many marketing agencies, it’s the new buzz word. Don’t you hate the term ‘buzz word’? But what does integrated marketing really mean in the context of your business and the day-to-day 9 to 5 shuffle?

Quality content generates leads
People are searching online for your products or services. Are you being found?

Why invest in quality, professional website design?
We recently had a client come to us after having a website done by "a friend of a friend". Unfortunately they were let down in the 11th hour when they received huge, national press coverage. The opportunity cost of the missed sales by then not having a professional web presence doesn't bear thinking about. So we're discussing why you should invest in quality, professional web design.