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Plymouth-based web designer, Daniel Kempe has teamed up with Bristol-based colleague, Matthew Spurr to start branding business, Infinite Visions.

Backed by two government-funded Start Up loans from SWIG Finance of £4,500 each, the pair have worked from home offices but managed to develop a client base in the UK and internationally.

Mr Kempe, 29, will continue to work from Plymouth, but the company has recently opened offices in the centre of Bristol and is looking to expand its footprint in the South West, offering its expertise in creating memorable and effective corporate identities.

The pair of entrepreneurs first met when Daniel started providing high-level web design work for Mr Spurr’s previous branding business.

He said:” I had been working in web design for a while and Matt and I met at exactly the right time – we have worked together for about three years and our work has helped some really exciting companies to develop and grow.

“A company’s brand is so much more than a logo. It encompasses everything from the colours used, the message delivered, the feeling a user gets when they interact with you company, the language used in written communication, the style of font and even the kind of material your business cards are made from.”

Mark Thayre, fund manager at SWIG Start Ups, was impressed with the commitment and drive of the two entrepreneurs in starting up Infinite Visions.

He said: ” Matthew and Daniel are clearly ambitious and have the skills and experience to make the business succeed.

“We were pleased to be able to support them with this venture and wish them every success in the future.”

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