Falmouth-based 2020 has reshaped its business model and increased the number of in-house specialist staff to meet demand for its services.
Continual growth throughout the recession means the company, which designs, manufactures and installs branding for clients across a wide range of industries, is in a robust position to grow the business, with turnover at a projected £1.5 million for the next financial year.
MD, Jaimie Sibert, said: “We have had continual growth throughout the recession so it makes sense to drive the business forward. I could see a gap in the market where clients needed services from us to deliver their projects with more ease and efficiency.
“Reshaping the business has put us in a position where we now have the best experts in place across all our services which gives us a unique service offer for companies across all sectors.”
Mark Minton has joined the team boasting over 30 years’ experience in signage, while Darren Tovey has relocated from a large display and exhibition company in Bristol.
Simon Jacobs has joined 2020 as install supervisor with a vast knowledge of design and build. To make sure everything runs smoothly, Louise Feeley has been promoted to operations manager, Katie Cook recruited in quoting and estimating while interior designer Danielle Clench is supporting Hannah Lindford in interiors.
Recent 2020 projects include Cornwall Farmers new Patch and Acre stores, new BBC studios in Plymouth and the Headland Hotel Terrace Bar & Restaurant.