New Home For Grow In Exeter City Centre
Grow Talk by Sofy Robertson
It’s been no ordinary Friday for the Grow team and we are extremely excited to announce that we have found a new home for Grow in Exeter City Centre.
Located on South Street, on the corner of the main thoroughfare linking the city to the quayside, Grow’s new offices represent the latest exciting step for our business.
Team Grow are delighted to be reunited in our new city centre office space after our CEO, Dan Frye, has been working tirelessly alongside Project Manager Lewis Tancock and other members of the team to prepare the site, which had been empty for just under two years following the departure of Caramello.
After being in our new offices for just a few hours, the team welcomed their first visitor who was curious about the new hive of activity and left with a smile and a Grow magazine in his hands.
There are great things in store for Grow in Exeter City Centre, but you’ll have to stay tuned on social media to discover what’s brewing in our new space.
Commenting on the move, Grow’s CEO Dan Frye said:
“I am incredibly excited that Grow is back in the city centre and that we can continue publishing and building our sense of community. We want to positively engage with all of the brands, businesses and people in the city because we absolutely love Exeter; it’s so creative, ambitious and generally amazing. We want to keep the momentum going in the city centre and I cannot stress enough the excitement here in our new offices today.”
Joff Alexander-Frye, Editor in Chief of Grow, explained:
“We have really enjoyed our time being based on Pynes Hill, but we have truly missed being right in the heart of the city. We want to thank our friends at Pynes Hill Business Centre, which has been our home for the last year.
“We are stoked to be back in the city and it is really important to say that, whilst we are expanding geographically, we will never forget that this is where our journey started. We’re loving the fact that we are back somewhere that’s important for the future of the city, somewhere that is strategically based between Exeter Quay and the city centre.
“We are looking forward to working with the business community and the city’s residents in our new offices and we are excited to announce our plans for the other part of our new space in the near future.”
So next time you’re in the city centre, feel free to pop by and say hello and we’ll be happy to show you around our new home. In the meantime, we’ll be making the most of being back in the heart of Exeter – lunch at South Street Standard anyone?