Independent branding and design agency Handle Branding is ending 2018 on a high after securing several new clients.
This year, the Western Sydney-based agency has celebrated several client wins and project work with Western Sydney Airport, Cumberland Council, NSW Health WSLHD Westmead Hospital, Parex Davco, Toongabbie Christian College, Villiers Canteen and Goodyear North Parramatta.
Handle has also been appointed by Western Sydney Local Health District by helping them with a range of materials in celebration of Westmead Hospital’s 40th birthday and, more recently, with the official event for the new Western Sydney Airport.
Michael Schepis (pictured above), co-founder and creative director of Handle, said: “Handle Branding pride[s] itself on being a part of the growth and diversity surrounding Western Sydney.
“Our strong bond with allied businesses, initiatives and projects is why we are so excited about the things to come now and in the future for the people and community.
“With clients in health, education, transport, manufacturing, property, corporate, science and hospitality, we are delighted to partner with forward-thinking, dynamic businesses, that share our passion for transformation.
“We’re very excited to be working with our new clients and to delivering high-quality results to drive their business objectives, and it’s a real achievement for us to be ending 2018 on such a high.”
Handle has outgrown its second office in just 24 months and taken a 1200 square-feet office on Grose Street in North Parramatta – more than double the size of the agency’s previous office.
Collaborating a love for design and interior designer, Handle has shunned the shared space and created a sophisticated Scandi loft apartment-style studio in a warehouse building.
The studio move comes off the back of a growing team, future plans and multiple recent client wins.
“We are excited to have topped off an incredible first three years by winning some major clients, contracts and moving into our new office – a space that we can enjoy and that truly reflects the personality of each member of our team,” Schepis said.