Business partners Bradley McLaughlin and Stuart Coull first met whilst studying at Abertay University. After going their separate ways into the graphic design industry, they later met up and came up with the idea of going into business, bringing their print and digital design knowledge and experiences together to form Redefine Design Agency in 2016.
Specialising in branding and illustration, Redefine Design Agency approached The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme for start-up support. Stuart said: “We approached The Prince’s Trust and received a small grant to help set up the business at the Enterprise Hub Fife. Our business adviser, Marissa Yassen, offered us advice on how to get started and manage the business’ progress correctly. We also attended a four-day workshop at RBS Gogarburn, which helped us understand how to be more business minded, and we are continuing to attend Business Gateway Fife courses to further our knowledge and improve our business tactics.”
The business has started off strongly having secured a variety of clients ranging from a body positive fashion company to an author to a hair salon. It is currently rebranding a kitchen and bathroom company based in Glasgow. Bradley said: “We’re focused on developing unique and creative designs throughout businesses in Scotland, whilst we work towards our longer term goal of expanding our team in multiple locations across Scotland.”
To find out more visit www.redefine.design