The agency will be renamed Six & Flow, signifying a shift in focus for the rapidly-evolving business.
“This has been a whirlwind year,” explains Managing Director Rich Wood. “Having gotten to the point where we can take stock, the name Grain just didn’t seem to fit anymore.”
“Much of the work we’ve done over the past twelve months has seen us not only seed growth with clients, but help them accelerate what they’ve already achieved internally.”
“We did a lot of work looking at who we are, what we want to do and where we can offer the most value to clients. We feel this rebranding will help us to better align with these values.”
This marks the end of an exciting first year for the agency, having won accolades from marketing software provider HubSpot, leading industry publication Investment Week and the North West Institute of Directors.
A varied client base includes local brands such as fitness management software Membr and children's wear retailer Acorn and Pip, as well as national brands such as investment house Heron Global Partners.
The rebrand also coincides with the arrival of new team members, Head of Design and Development Chris Knowles and Commercial Director Holly Wood. The agency is also increasing its service provisions to include PR, design and web development, offering a more holistic service to clients.