Wednesday, June 29, 2011

News: Square Daisy set to grow


Three former colleagues from a Rotherham based company have joined forces to launch the new production house and creative agency, Square Daisy.

Jovan Marić, Amadeus Mozart and David Woodhead - who all previously worked for educational media company U-Explore - have set up Square Daisy to provide businesses with a wide variety of creative services including video production, graphic design, music production and new media applications.

The talented trio are joined by other experienced creatives and bring together a wealth of experience in traditional and new media. Their aim is to help all types of organisations improve and boost their business through the use of media and technology.

Jovan Marić, commercial director at Square Daisy, said: "We're all incredibly excited about Square Daisy and it's fantastic to now have it up and running, doing what we are all so passionate about.

"We love working with media and technology because we genuinely believe that it can give businesses such reach and edge over their competition. Everything we do at Square Daisy is about giving businesses and organisations a personality because it's this personality that will bring brand loyalty from customers and enable them to grow and flourish."

Creative Director Amadeus Mozart added: "It's great to be now up and running and I can't wait to get stuck into our future projects at Square Daisy. As a creative director, variety is what I thrive on, it is the spice of life after all! As a company we look forward to working with businesses and injecting a little of our spice into them, helping them to define their personality and making them more successful."

Members of the Square Daisy team have previously worked with a wide selection of clients including the BBC, NHS, super-club "Slinky", Tidy Trax record label, Additive Interactive and the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust.

Square Daisy website

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