Scooter Media, a Covington-based public relations company, and Noticed Yeti, a wise video company based mostly in Covington have secured new workplace area at 823 Scott Road with the intention to meet rising demand and enlargement of companies for each corporations.
Noticed Yeti Founder and President Molly Berrens bought the constructing in partnership with Scooter Media Founder and President Shannan Boyer. The transfer will reunite the previous neighbors; the 2 firms occupied area collectively from 2013-2016 in Covington earlier than development of their respective firms led to the necessity for separate, bigger workplace areas. The 2 businesses would be the most important tenants of the Scott Road constructing.
Securing new workplace area was made doable attributable to continued development by each companies. Underneath Boyer’s management, Scooter Media has been named Small/Mid-Sized PR Company of the 12 months for the previous three years by the Cincinnati chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. With the transfer, the company may even develop its choices to incorporate graphic design, along with public relations, social media and content material companies for purchasers.
Scooter Media’s workplace is on the constructing’s second flooring, which additionally options 3,000 sq. toes of area.
Noticed Yeti has grown to 5 full-time staff – and added companies and capabilities to satisfy shopper wants, together with a brand new Sensible Video technique service. Final summer season, the corporate was chosen as a BLINK projection mapping artist. Their work, “HUEmanity,” was projected on the facet of the Nationwide Underground Railroad Freedom Middle.
Noticed Yeti’s workplace is on the constructing’s first flooring, which incorporates 3,000 sq. toes of area to deal with a video manufacturing studio with the intention to develop their service choices. New edit suites and artistic areas shall be extra conducive to the group’s workflow and productiveness.
“Each Shannan and I are dedicated to Covington and had been in search of property to satisfy our rising wants. This chance offered itself and it was a no brainer. Our firms complement one another in values and companies,” Berrens stated.
“We’re two feminine entrepreneurs within the media trade, and we’ve been lucky sufficient to develop our personal companies whereas supporting each other from the beginning,” Boyer stated. “We each knew we wanted more room for our corporations and we really feel fortunate to have discovered a spot that may work for each of us whereas permitting us to remain in Covington.”
“We’ve already shared workplace area earlier than, so we all know we’re good roommates,” Berrens added. “Additionally, with regard to present social distancing measures, the bigger area will permit us to securely implement Wholesome at Work insurance policies for each our groups and purchasers.”
“Seeing Scooter Media and Noticed Yeti develop their inventive companies within the Cov has been nice, however seeing these two women-led firms collaborate to cohabitate and put money into a constructing right here is an inspiring continued dedication to our neighborhood,” stated Tom West, Covington’s Financial Growth Director.
Each businesses are at the moment working remotely and plan to maneuver into their workplace areas this summer season.
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