Donnington-based company Collaborate is set to acquire Banbury Walker Studio as part of its plans to expand and accelerate its creative offering.
Collaborate creates original brand experiences on digital, physical and hybrid platforms around the world and counts Goodwood among its local clients. It has offices in Chichester, Reading and Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
Collaborate Founder Ben McMahon said, “We’ve had a long-standing working relationship with Banbury Walker for many years now, so we naturally jumped at the chance to fully integrate them into the Collaborate family.”
“Their endless creativity, technical expertise and dedication to excellence – from concept to execution – are essential to our goal of delivering ever more engaging and inspiring experiences for brands and their customers.”
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Banbury Walker covers live event design, exhibitions, interior design, graphic design, 3D design and augmented and virtual reality and was founded 12 years ago.
The transaction will see Banbury Walker’s two principals and co-founders, Andrew Walker and Sam Banbury, assume the roles of Executive Creative Director and Head of Technical Creative Content respectively.
Mr. Walker said, “We are delighted to join the Collaborate team. There’s tremendous energy behind the agency right now – they’ve brilliantly capitalized on changing category trends, have a fantastic client list, and embrace innovation. It’s a company that goes a long way, and we wanted to be on board for the journey.”