The agency

A view across the IE Brand studio in Birmingham, showing members of the agency team collaborating on projects. There's a mural on the wall with the agency's motto "Make a difference, est. 1994" and a large red 3D version of IE's logo marque.

Our story

IE began life in 1994 as a Brand Consultancy, founded by our MD Ollie Leggett.

As a former teacher, design lecturer, and charity trustee, Ollie had a passion for helping Charity, Health and Education clients to connect with their audiences and gain access to the industry’s best creatives – something that, back then, was all-too-commonly only possible for ‘big business’.

In 2002, IE bought a digital agency, after recognising that digital platforms were becoming one of the most important expressions of brand – and we were fed up of seeing our work butchered by techies. So the two companies merged and became the agency we are today: A team of around 20 consultants, researchers, writers, brand designers, and developers based in the historic Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham. And we still remain true to our original vision – helping values driven clients to harness the power of their brands.

Whether it’s helping charities to tell their stories or recruit donors, helping universities to attract and engage students, or helping healthcare organisations to inform and educate patients – we’re the voice of the audience, and it’s our job to turn them into your loyal brand advocates.

That’s why we’re the brand agency for Charity, Health & Education.

The agency's founder Ollie Leggett (Managing Director and Brand Consultant) sitting atop a large 3D version of the IE logo marque. He's in IE's stunning Birmingham studio.

Our team

Call us big headed, but we’re pretty confident we’ve got the best people in the industry.

Because IE Brand is only as good as its people. Our studio is full of some of the industry’s best consultants, researchers, creatives, designers, filmmakers, typographers, copywriters, artworkers and techies – all under one roof.

  • Ollie Leggett, Managing Director & Brand Consultant at IE Brand
    Ollie Leggett
    Managing Director and Brand Consultant

    Driven by a desire to stand alongside values driven organisations and to make a difference through the power of brand and digital, Ollie founded IE in 1994 and continues to support IE’s more complex brand consultancy projects.

    Notable not-for-profit clients include Christian Aid, Teach First, FPA (Family Planning Association), pfeg (now Young Money), Career Ready, Charity Job, Goldman Sachs Foundation, Cranfield University, University of Cambridge, and the universities of Aberdeen, Aston, Birmingham, Bristol, Imperial College London, Liverpool, Plymouth Marjon, Queen Mary UoL, Reading, Warwick and York. 

    A regular speaker at CHASE, CASE and AGCAS, Ollie has worked in the creative sector for 30 years and is an opinion leader on the subject of optimising business practices within the creative industries. A passionate advocate of self-improvement and the power of peer networks, Ollie is a graduate of business school programmes at Cranfield School of Management, London Business School and Aston Business School. 

    Ollie was awarded a Goldman Sachs Foundation small business leader scholarship to study toward an Executive MBA at Aston Business School. His Final Project entitled "Assessing the value of the CBIRM (Corporate Brand Identity and Reputation Matrix) framework to an international charity seeking to re-articulate its corporate brand" utilises the charity Open Doors International as a case study. In 2018, he graduated with Distinction. 

    He is a Visiting Industrial Fellow and Guest Lecturer at Aston University, a BSEEN business mentor, a volunteer for the Ahead Partnership and a Queen’s Small Business Charter Mark business school assessor for the Association of Business Schools. Ollie recently retired as a trustee of Trident: Reach The People Charity (a £14m+ social investment charity in the Midlands) to become a founder member of Christian Aid's Salt Business Network.

    Ollie was consulted by Lord Young as he gathered insights for ‘The Report on Small Firms’ and Lord Heseltine for his report ‘No Stone Unturned in Pursuit of Growth’. Lord Young’s office expressed thanks with an invitation to No.10 Downing Street and the Queen’s Garden Party.

    In his free time, he is an avid runner, cook and figurative sculptor. Having raised thousands of pounds running half and full marathons for Midlands charities, he’s currently trying to improve his personal best.

  • David Crichton, Creative Director and Brand Consultant at IE Brand
    David Crichton
    Creative Director and Brand Consultant

    With over 20 years' industry experience under his belt, Dave serves as IE’s Creative Director – leading IE’s brand offering and award winning design team, as well as working as a Brand Consultant.

    Beginning his career as a Graphic Designer and making a gentle transition to consultancy, Dave combines his agency experience – which has seen him work with clients across almost every sector – with his love of design, writing and filmmaking.

    Dave can often be found knee deep in research for a brand project, locked away in a room writing key messaging, art directing a visual identity project, on location for a campaign film, or bringing clients up to speed and running workshops.

    Under Dave's direction, IE Brand won two Golds at the Transform Awards Europe 2017, for Best Visual Identity from the Education sector and for Best Brand Architecture Solution. Dave has spent his life and career obsessed with the power of brand, and helping clients to connect with their audiences by standing out from the crowd, and telling their story to the world.

    Over the past decade at IE, he’s been thoroughly immersed in the worlds of charity, health and education – and before that worked with a number of blue chip clients, including investment banks and building societies, record labels, TV production companies and retail.

    Dave and his wife are the proud parents of two daughters, who take up the majority of his time outside of work. However, he tries to find time to indulge his passion for playing piano, and creative writing – he is often to be found working on speculative screenplays or novels, and is a published non-fiction author.

  • Kate Stone, Director of Operations and Finance at IE Brand
    Kate Stone
    Director of Operations and Finance

    Kate’s been working with IE for nearly 25 years and serves as Director of Operations and Finance.

    A Chartered Accountant, Kate previously enjoyed working with clients in her role as a Business Services Manager at Grant Thornton. Her financial expertise complements her passion for precision project management. Kate is PRINCE2 trained and is a fervent exponent of the ‘Agile’ project management philosophy. Working closely with her teams, Kate ensures that projects are well resourced and presented, and is responsible for overseeing IE’s financial health and planning.

    Outside of work, she enjoys boot camp sessions in all weathers.

  • Nathan Powis, Head of Digital at IE Brand
    Nathan Powis
    Head of Digital

    Nathan has over twelve years’ experience as a programmer and web developer.

    He joined IE having spent several years working in two different design agencies. He’d already earned a degree in Information Technology and Physics from Loughborough University, which instilled in Nathan a logical approach to problem solving. This helps him build elegantly crafted, bespoke, digital solutions to client problems using state-of-the-art web technologies and frameworks.

    Five years ago, Nathan progressed to become our Head of Development, and he now leads IE’s entire digital offering as Head of Digital. He is also a triple-certified Drupal 10 expert, holding the Acquia Certified Developer, Certified Front End Specialist and Certified Back End Specialist certifications. This makes him one of the UK's first triple certified Drupal 10 Experts. 

    Most of Nathan’s time is spent keeping up with his young son, and any remaining time gets spent at the gym, travelling or attending gigs.

  • Josie House, Senior Designer at IE Brand
    Josie House
    Senior Designer

    Josie joined IE from a London branding agency, where she cut her teeth on a range of clients – from blue chips, luxury hotels and pharmaceutical brands to charities and art museums.

    Over the course of her time at IE she’s led the design for a range of charity, health and education clients – creating new logo marques, bespoke typefaces, art directing photoshoots, and creating dynamic, responsive brands. She’s also designed many websites, led on numerous social campaigns, and is as skilled online as she is offline. 

    For Josie, design is all about having fun and she aims to produce beautifully crafted work that is always rooted in a strong idea that tells a story and provokes an emotion. She believes in pushing her ideas to the limit, then reigning them back in. She's particularly passionate about designing for print but enjoys developing brands across all media.

    Josie was named the Creative Young Contender 2021 at the Transform Awards Europe. She has a first in Graphic Design from Falmouth University. 

    Outside the studio, she's been experimenting with making coloured concrete plant pots, which she one day hopes to sell. She teaches swimming to children and enjoys running and yoga.

  • Amber Charlton, Junior Designer
    Amber Charlton
    Junior Designer

    Amber joined IE Brand after graduating from Birmingham City University (BCU) with a degree in Graphic Communication. Her practice is very explorative, trying ambitious ideas and processes and them simplifying them to create innovative, sophisticated design solutions.

    Before IE, Amber has gained experience on freelance projects with local businesses, working on employability and alumni initiatives at BCU, and supporting the Birmingham 2022 Festival. She’s no stranger to the not-for-profit sector, having volunteered at Ronald McDonald House Charities Birmingham. As creative leader, Amber worked on creating a welcoming experience for families through environmental design.

    In her free time, Amber still taps into her fine art background with painting and collaging, as well as getting involved in the local design community. In her spare time you’ll find Amber teaching herself creative coding, watching drag shows, looking after her two rescue dogs, or planning her next travel destination.

  • Sara Shailer, Associate Marketing/Brand Consultant at IE Brand
    Sara Shailer
    Associate Marketing/Brand Consultant

    Sara provides expert support on key marketing strategy, research and planning projects at IE.

    She enjoys the challenges of developing marketing strategies that will enable clients to stand out from the crowd, and identifying new routes for growth that will maximise potential.

    She has an impressive track record of high-quality delivery in the commercial and not-for-profit sectors, working with organisations including CMI Strategy, CSH Surrey, and the Amateur Swimming Association.

    Sara is dedicated to inspiring insight; she loves to design and deliver research that will make a difference, be it e-surveys, face-to-face or telephone interviews, focus groups or data analysis. She's also an experienced facilitator, working with and inspiring clients and their in-house teams through problem-solving and scenario-planning workshops, team meetings, coaching sessions and more.

    Sara has an MBA from Warwick University and is PRINCE2 qualified.

  • Sophie Kish, Client Relationship Manager, IE Brand
    Sophie Kish
    Client Relationship Manager

    Sophie is an experienced digital project manager with over 12 years' experience in the industry.

    She has worked on 100s of projects across multiple sectors, from food and finance to charities and construction. She has extensive experience across the whole agency spectrum, working on projects from brand and creative work through to producing websites, apps and custom platforms.  

    With a passion for processes and a keen eye for detail, Sophie takes pride in delivering high quality work. She loves making a difference for her clients, by bettering their online offerings, making best practice recommendations, and offering advice to improve the user experience for service users. 

    Sophie’s background is in film and media. She graduated with a 1st class BA Hons and has successfully transferred the skills she learnt in her degree into her project management and production roles.

    A self-confessed crazy animal lady, Sophie loves spending time with the furbabies in her life. She also loves to sing, bake, take photographs and go on adventures with family and friends.

  • Matt Sadler, Client Partnership Lead at IE Brand
    Matt Sadler
    Client Partnership Lead

    Matt’s been working in design and digital agencies for over 20 years and joins IE as our Client Partnership Lead.

    Originally a designer, front-end developer and consultant, Matt’s expert knowledge of the creative industries allows him to build long-term relationships with values-driven clients. With his extensive experience, Matt’s able to contribute to our clients' ongoing success and drive our agency’s growth.

    Over the years, Matt's worked with universities, NHS trusts, schools and MATs, trade unions, housing associations and skills councils, which has allowed him to become immersed in the charity, health and education sectors we work in.

    Outside work, Matt tries to spend as much time as possible with family and friends. And if he isn’t watching Aston Villa, he'll probably be gaming, binge-watching tv shows or mowing his lawn.

  • Jordan Peck, Senior Front End Developer at IE Brand
    Jordan Peck
    Senior Front End Developer

    Jordan is an experienced web developer with 10 years' experience in e-commerce and the digital industry.

    Jordan initially studied art and design, with a placement as a Junior Web Designer. He quickly realised that he wanted to take on the technical build on projects and bring his designs to life. He went on to study Web Development at Staffordshire University, achieving a first class BSc honours degree.

    He went on to work both client-side and within agencies as a web developer. This has given Jordan experience of working with multiple CMS platforms, including WordPress, Magento, Shopify and Shopware, as well as experimenting with headless sites. He's now a Senior Front End Developer at IE. 

    Away from the screen, Jordan enjoys going to the gym, travelling, photography and watching motorsports.

  • Dan Lewis, Senior Web Developer at IE Brand
    Dan Lewis
    Senior Web Developer

    Having dabbled in a bit of self-taught Java and Ruby from a young age, Dan jumped at the chance to take up an apprenticeship with a local web development agency.

    In his 4.5 years there he delivered bespoke WordPress sites and custom Laravel applications for a range of clients, from a nationwide childcare company, to the McDonalds Maintenance & Repair Department.

    A life-long member of the Scouting community, first as a Scout and now as a leader, IE’s focus on values-driven organisations appealed to Dan, so in 2019 he joined us a Web Developer. 

    Dan has since become a triple-certified Drupal 10 expert, with Certified Developer, Front End Specialist and Back End Specialist certifications. This makes him one of the UK's first triple certified Drupal 10 Experts. He has also mastered CiviCRM and SOAP integration, and continues to work on our WordPress sites.

    When not coding, Dan can usually be found hanging off the nearest climbing wall, strumming his guitar, or exploring a good open world RPG.



  • Jeff Logan, Senior Web Developer at IE Brand
    Jeff Logan
    Senior Web Developer

    Jeff is an experienced full stack developer. He has over 13 years' experience working with Drupal and actively participates in the Drupal open source community.

    His other specialisms include WordPress, HTML, CSS, PHP and MySQL. Jeff has honed these skills while working for various digital design agencies, delivering bespoke solutions for numerous blue chip clients. He also holds Acquia's Drupal 10 certifications: Acquia Certified Developer, Certified Front End Specialist and Certified Back End Specialist, making him one of the UK's first triple certified Drupal 10 Experts. 

    In his free time Jeff enjoys watching Formula 1, listening to music and, most importantly, spending time with his family.

  • Ed Wilkinson, Senior Digital Consultant at IE Brand
    Ed Wilkinson
    Senior Digital Consultant

    Ed joined IE as a Web Applications Developer in 2008 after graduating from the University of Birmingham.

    He has a BSc in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science, and an MSc in Intelligent Systems Engineering. At IE, he grew into a senior development role, before taking a step away from writing code and towards user experience and technical consultancy.

    Ed has spent the past 15 years immersed in the challenges faced by the charity, health and education sectors – from their aspirational goals and strategies, to the best technology choices, and right down to the individual lines of code required to deliver an experience that will make a measurable impact on achieving objectives. You’ll generally find Ed delivering discovery and UX workshops, facilitating user testing, crafting innovative new information architectures, and advising clients on how best to leverage and connect different digital tools in a compelling user experience.

    For eight years, Ed was IE’s Digital Services Director and helped to transform our digital offering, before stepping down in 2023 because of family commitments. Today, Ed serves as a Senior Digital Consultant at IE.

    Outside of work, Ed’s dedicated to spending time with his young family, and enjoys pursuing his interests in home automation, DIY, astronomy, photography and playing the occasional video game with friends.

  • James Marsh, Senior Digital Consultant and Head of Support at IE Brand
    James Marsh
    Senior Digital Consultant and Head of Support

    Senior Digital Consultant, James earned a BA in Interior Architecture and an MA in Design Management and brought his varied experience to IE in 2012 to a diverse group of clients.

    Due to his expertise in user experience, he tends to specialise in projects that require a detailed understanding of audience.

    For over 20 years, James has designed, built and managed mobile platforms, intranets and websites. He worked in some of the UK’s most well-known FTSE companies, before bringing that experience to bear in the charity, health and education sectors, as well as many of IE's membership association clients.

    When not at work, James drives a VW Camper, bakes bread and volunteers as a Governor at one of Birmingham’s top primary schools.

  • Kat McElroy, Helpdesk Analyst at IE Brand
    Kat McElroy
    Helpdesk Analyst

    Kat has a winning combination of technical knowledge and top notch communication skills, which she's putting to good use as IE's Helpdesk Analyst. 

    She took a BSc in Multimedia from Birmingham City University, covering everything from photography, filmography and design to programming and industry knowledge. In her spare time she was writing creatively, and her urge to make online forums prettier and more and user-friendly led her to explore web design and development. She built a prototype web app for her dissertation to creatively display story data for authors, before completing an MA in Creative Writing at the University of Birmingham.

    Kat's work life took her to become first a developer, then a copywriter for a small company, so being the face of customer support at IE Digital is the ideal marriage of these key skills. 

    Outside work you'll find Kat entertaining her young son, crying over her novels-in-progress, watching terrible TV, playing video games, and talking about astrology.

  • Sheri Dykes, Associate Designer at IE Brand
    Sheri Dykes
    Associate Designer

    Sheri is a designer and illustrator working from the wild West Coast of Scotland.

    Before taking the freelance plunge she worked for agencies in London and Bath on a diverse range of branding projects, from Scouts to Ben & Jerry’s.

    She's a Falmouth graduate with an idea-first approach and a keen eye for craft.

  • Dan McQue, Associate Designer at IE Brand
    Dan McQue
    Associate Designer

    Dan is passionate about branding; he crafts elegant and scalable design systems for print and screen.

    He delights in rationalising and resolving complex communications into simple, coherent and beautiful user experiences. A brilliant typographer, Dan has a keen eye for detail and a sensitive approach to design. Working closely with IE's consultants Dan often leads the design process, converting research and feedback into a visual approach to inform the design.

    A multi-award winning designer, Dan consistently produces industry-leading work, has been featured in online galleries, magazines and a book. He worked at IE for 18 years before switching to the freelance life.

    Outside of work Dan enjoys anything astronomical, loves taking pictures and drawing, and is always up for a game of ping pong!

    Dan holds a BA Honours degree in Design for Communication Media and graduated from Manchester University in 1996. He lives and works from his home studio in Brighton and regularly attends design related conferences.

  • Tim Harbon, Associate Designer at IE Brand
    Tim Harbon
    Associate Designer

    After graduating from Bath School of Art and Design with a degree in Graphic Communication, Tim began his design career working as an in-house designer for Purity Brewing.

    Since then he's worked both agency-side and as a freelancer. His diverse skill set has enabled him to work for several high profile clients, especially bars and restaurants, passionately creating brands that please the eye, while never forgetting to serve their purpose.

    A keen illustrator and a self-proclaimed "ideas person", Tim's design process always starts with an airtight concept and a desk-full of doodles – some of them worth keeping.

    Outside work Tim also illustrates for pleasure and is in the process of writing and illustrating a children's book. He also enjoys infuriating his wife and daughter with his love of drumming, brewing his own beer and climbing mountains as often as he can.

    Having worked with IE for many years as a full-time member of the team, Tim now works with us as an Associate Designer, and we continue to make great use of his talents on a regular basis. 

  • Denise Atkins, Associate Marketing and Content Consultant at IE Brand
    Denise Atkins
    Associate Marketing and Content Consultant

    With over 25 years’ experience in marketing across a number of sectors, Denise is IE’s content marketing specialist.

    Denise enjoys nothing more than working with talented experts and promoting that expertise to clients, be it through brand messaging, thought leadership, social media or events. She creates clean and engaging copy for our clients as well as for IE.

    She's trained with Content Design London and takes a keen interest in user-driven content and accessibility. She’s also our go-to PowerPoint whizz, adapting the work of our design team into brilliant branded templates that make creating on-brand presentations a breeze for our clients’ teams. 

    Denise is as passionate as we are about working with values-driven clients, particularly anything to do with animals, the environment or the arts.  Outside work, she is a keen amateur photographer and appreciates a wide range of entertainment and culture.

  • Jamie Perry, Associate Fundraising and Marketing Consultant at IE Brand
    Jamie Perry
    Associate Fundraising and Marketing Consultant

    Jamie supports IE's clients with marketing, behaviour change and income generation projects. He has a consistent track record of delivering impact for not-for-profits for over 15 years and has spent much of his career client-side.

    Jamie has delivered projects for arts and culture clients, international development charities and environmental organisations, and has brokered a number of commercial agreements between the private and charitable sectors.

    In the past few years, Jamie has worked with The UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Acorns Children’s Hospice, Proctor and Gamble, Unilever, The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, The V&A, The Natural History Museum and Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust.

    Jamie dedicates 50% of his time to a newly formed CIC that delivers cutting-edge projects to empower people across the UK to unlock their own human potential.

  • Katie Mitchell, Associate Supporter Experience and Fundraising Consultant at IE Brand
    Katie Mitchell
    Associate Supporter Experience and Fundraising Consultant

    Katie is an experienced fundraising leader who is passionate about supporter experience.

    She believes that the way a donor feels about their chosen charity is crucial to the future of the charitable sector, and that long-term fundraising growth can only be achieved by building a great experience for supporters.

    During her career, Katie has led fundraising teams to deliver year on year growth and has a proven track record working with both local and national charities. She loves to create a compelling case for support and has worked with organisations to find the right fundraising strategies for both their ambitions and their values.

    While Head of Fundraising at John Taylor Hospice, Katie studied for her Master’s in Business Administration MBA). Katie’s background in community and supporter-led fundraising at Cancer Research UK and Muscular Dystrophy UK encouraged her to focus her research on how fundraisers can use business strategies to co-create an excellent supporter experience, and her research was accepted as a conference paper for the Academy of Marketing Conference in 2019.

    As well as her consultancy work, Katie is interim Head of Supporter Engagement at Mind, and a member of Rogare’s Critical Fundraising Network.


Our awards


IE Brand's people are our most important asset.

We believe in treating our team well and investing in the next generation of consultants, copywriters, designers and developers. We’re a Certified B Corp and each and every member of the IE Brand team shares our values. We offer flexible working arrangements, competitive salaries and we encourage the team to participate in charity / community projects, which are supported by the agency. We’re also one of the 100 UK companies trialling a 4 Day Week

Anyone can make a brand. We’re making a difference.

Our benefits:

  • We're trialling a 4 Day Week for the whole team
  • Five weeks holiday (plus bank holidays)
  • Hybrid working* 
  • Flexible working hours
  • Health cash plan
  • Time off for community projects
  • Pension scheme
  • Personal training budget

IE Brand is proud to be accredited by the Living Wage Foundation, for voluntarily paying a higher rate of base pay.

*Hybrid working
We all work together in our beautiful studio in Birmingham on Tuesdays. And for the rest of the week, our team has the flexibility to work from home or from the studio based on individual preferences, the nature of roles and training requirements, and the needs of your team and the wider business.

If there are no vacancies listed below it means we're not hiring for any specific roles right now. But if you think we’re missing out by not having you on the team, please send your CV to


£35,000- £55k,000 + benefits, depending on experience

Click to read more about life at IE.

The Role

As a web developer, you’ll be working alongside our experienced, talented project team of developers on a range of projects, typically focused on building websites and bespoke systems for an impressive portfolio of values-driven clients.

You will be working as part of an exceptional team of digital consultants, developers, UX / UI Designers, and project managers, who have the appetite and talent to ensure that clients continue to receive the very best solutions available. 

As an agency, we use a mixture of Drupal and WordPress to build the bulk of our sites. You’ll be expected to develop new websites and digital services using both of these CMS systems, and to support the ongoing maintenance and enhancement of systems already live. Training will be provided where needed, but it’s essential that you bring strong coding skills, proven experience, and a logical approach to problem solving.

The Person

As a mid-to-senior level web developer at IE, you'll need demonstrable commercial experience of building high quality websites including custom plugins/modules while using PHP with object oriented concepts and best practices.

In addition, you'll need good knowledge of WordPress, Drupal or similar content management systems, together with a grasp of front end web technologies such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

Our ideal candidate will be excellent with code, able to work quickly and efficiently and be happy to offer a reassuring, expert voice to key clients when required. You will have a systematic approach to problem solving; being able to prioritise issues whilst managing expectations internally. You'll be highly motivated and have a “can do” attitude, with ambition to develop your existing technical and commercial skills.

If you’re an articulate and bright developer with genuine enthusiasm and a thirst for knowledge and progression, this could be the role for you.

Essential Experience

  • PHP and Object Oriented Concepts
  • Consuming and building APIs (e.g. REST/SOAP)
  • CMS e.g. WordPress, Drupal or similar
  • HTML/CSS (e.g. SASS)
  • Front end frameworks (e.g. Bootstrap)
  • Javascript (incl. JQuery)
  • Version control (e.g. Git / SVN)


Please apply by email to with your CV and cover letter.

Strictly no agencies please.


An IE project team holding a meeting in one of the meeting rooms overlooking the studio

A senior designer at work in the IE studio

Two IE consultants chatting with a client in one of the agency's meeting rooms, overlooking the Birmingham studio


IE Brand is proud to be a Birmingham agency, but that doesn’t mean we only work in and around the UK’s second city.

With so many UK charities choosing London as their headquarters, it’s no surprise that over 50% of our clients are based in the capital, and IE consultants are in London at least 2-3 times per week on average.

And with UK universities being an area of specialism, we also work across the whole country, with clients as far apart as the Universities of Aberdeen and Southampton. We’ve also worked with a number of clients in the Republic of Ireland, including University College Dublin.

We're based in the heart of Birmingham, in the historic Jewellery Quarter – just a few minutes walk from the City Centre. In 2022, we opened our purpose-built studio in the Kettleworks development, which formerly manufactured world-famous Swan Kettles.

Our central location offers the perfect opportunity for us to hop on the motorway or jump on the train regardless of your location. Current travel time by train to London is just over an hour – so we can often be with you faster than London agencies can travel across the city: offering you the convenience of a local agency, without their day rates.

A vintage Swan Brand electric kettle with original box, on show in the IE studio as a nod to it's former life as the Swan factory. Hence the building's name, Kettleworks

Some of the core IE Brand & Digital team outside the agency's studio at the Kettleworks in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter

The IE studio in Birmingham viewed through the window, with the agency team hard at work, collaborating on brand and digital projects A brand consultant and a designer chatting about a client visual identity project, in the Birmingham agency's studio space A project manager and web developer chatting about a client digital project, in the Birmingham agency's studio space