Award winning development agency opens new base in Shrewsbury town centre

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Award winning development agency opens new base in Shrewsbury town centre

An exciting move for Fisheye thanks to Halls Commercial.

An ecommerce agency has moved into a new office at an iconic building in Shrewsbury town centre and plans to expand.

Fisheye, an award winning Magento development agency, moved from St John’s Hill to Irelands Mansion on High Street.

Managing Director Dave Mistry Pain said it marked the start of an exciting new era for the company.

He said: “We are now in the perfect building for us.

“Shrewsbury town centre is bustling and it is a great place to work, the new building is in keeping with our modern business style but steeped in great tradition too.

“It is larger than our previous premises so it means we can expand the company and bring in new staff as and when we need to.

“We are committed to helping ecommerce businesses grow and our new space allows us to continue to grow as well.”

The first floor office suite forms part of a Historic Grade II listed three storey building including timber framework with infill panels.

It has recently been refurbished and is nearby to ASK Restaurant, Starbucks and Edinburgh Woollen Mills.

James Evans, of Halls Commercial who secured the deal for Fisheye, said he was pleased to have such a forward thinking company in a spectacular location.

“This office space has been refurbished to the highest quality and when Fisheye went to look around I knew it would be a great space for them,” he said.

“It is an exciting time for them and this area of Shrewsbury has seen a lot of commercial activity in recent months, it really is a thriving place.”

For more information about other premises Halls Commercial has been instructed on contact James Evans on 01743 450700 or email james.evans@hallsgb.com.

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