Chamber Member Tanami Joins Cello Signal’s Worldwide Media Portfolio
Tanami, founded in 2013 by Managing Director Jemma Goba, specialises in the production of high-quality video, combined with social media strategy and management. The company has been a member of the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce for two years.
Tanami’s diverse portfolio of clients includes St Columba’s Hospice, Burness Paull, The Royal College of Nursing, Hibernian Football Club and Scottish Rugby.
Under the terms of the deal Tanami will remain a self-contained unit operating from its Hanover Street base and reporting directly to Cello Signal’s Scotland Managing Partner Richard Marsham.
Jemma Goba said: “It’s exactly four years to the day since Tanami opened its doors. We will continue to service our loyal client base who will only benefit from this news.”
“Over the last 12 months we’ve put some sharp thinking into a five-year strategy to strengthen our creative and technical offering. Becoming part of such a respected, innovative group will accelerate these plans. My team and I couldn’t be more excited about this next step.”
Richard Marsham said: “We’re delighted to welcome Jemma and her team into the Cello Signal fold. Her team will help fill the ever-increasing need for quick turnaround film content.”
Cello Signal, a division of pharmaceutical and marketing specialists Cello Group Plc, owns award-winning agencies including Edinburgh-based The Leith Agency, Signal and Stripe Communications and employs more than 500 people in its offices in Edinburgh, London, Cheltenham, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Singapore. Cello Group employs more than 1000 people worldwide.