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That was Then… This Is Now….

Posted: 22nd September 2014

Escrivo Logo

Escrivo announced today that due to continued expansion, the company are moving office, with effect from Monday 6th October 2014.

Delighted to be remaining in Edinburgh, Escrivo are moving from the heart of the new town to the historic area of the Royal Mile. Their new address will be:

42 St. Mary’s Street

Edinburgh

EH1 1SX

T: 0131 225 8199

A great location, Escrivo will remain central for their Edinburgh clients and will be just a few minutes’ walk from Waverley Rail station for those from further afield who wish to visit. Cameron Leask, MD, says “Escrivo are always looking for ways to improve our offering to clients, and this new space will allow us to expand our own innovation and technology strategies.

This move couldn’t come at a more fitting time as Escrivo turns 12 on the 1st October. Founded by Cameron Leask in 2002, Escrivo have always been clear in their thinking – a solid digital strategy is the cornerstone of success for your business. Their partnerships and cross sector experience ensure that they deliver intelligent and robust solutions, allowing clients to focus on the ‘why’ of their business. Escrivo’s roots are firmly in commerce so they bring practical advice & thinking to any project.

If you’d like a chat about how Escrivo might help you consolidate & develop your existing online systems, rethink your web presence, or simply explore the possibilities, please telephone 0131 225 8199 or email enquiries@escrivo.com.

Escrivo look forward to welcoming you in their new home!”

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