Exhibitions and communications group Cairnes is looking to strengthen its digital media work by creating partnerships with specialist consultancies.
The group created its first link in November, by joining forces with Oxfordshire website consultancy Integra-Net, to upgrade the website for US mail and messaging management programmes provider Pitney Bowes.
Cairnes currently has one full-time staff member responsible for digital media projects.
“We are recruiting another senior designer and it will be important for them to have knowledge of electronic media and web design,” says Cairnes creative director Richard Tomlin.
“This is one way to generate more digital media work. I have high hopes that 20 per cent of our business will be digital media within two years,” he adds.