In 1993, Speakeasy founder Jim Adamson brought together a small team of talented programme makers in rural Perthshire to produce programmes for the BBC and Channel 4. It soon became apparent that this wasn’t just any old production company. You see, the producers liked each other very much, and liked the work they were doing even more. And a very special culture developed as the team steadily grew. Because, instead of staying for a year or so before moving on to the next ‘big challenge’, people stayed. Why? Because they liked it.
And when Speakeasy got its first corporate clients it discovered an amazing thing. Its clients liked it too. So much so that they went on working with Speakeasy year after year. Why? Because they felt part of the Speakeasy family. And they found that Speakeasy consistently exceeded their expectations in the production of visual and live communications. Sure, the company’s technical and production expertise had a lot to do with it. But what made the communications so effective was something far more simple.
You see Speakeasy people liked to talk to their clients and their clients liked to talk to them. Not only because they liked each other, but because they knew that familiarity and understanding lead to effective communication. Enough said.
Speakeasy now works around the globe for the UK’s largest blue chip organisations, with more than 30 employees in our London and Scotland offices. We may be bigger, but our culture and values remain unaltered. However many new clients we get, however many awards we win, we still like nothing more than turning clients into friends.
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