Amphigean expands horizons
The team at amphigean has enjoyed a successful track record in creating innovative training and marketing material that works for all verticals – from telecoms and IoT, to HR and hospitality. We have always been determined in delivering content to the highest standards, immersing ourselves in our customers’ projects to exceed expectations time and again.
But we don’t rest on our laurels, and although our involvement within the telecoms sector will remain strong, we are looking to expand the expertise that we offer into new industries e.g. automotive, healthcare, and other public sector areas. Our USP is in relishing the challenge of transforming complex material into concise, impactful content.
As workplace learning continues to evolve, so does the blurring of lines between training, sales enablement and marketing collaterals. Amphigean now provides high-quality digital content, learning programmes and marketing material to support new product launches and a wide range of areas including soft skills and compliance.
We have brought in new staff to enhance our authoring capability in expanding into new verticals, as we look to maintain our reputation for transforming content into a condensed but powerful form. We have also recruited in graphic design, as we seek to meet the particular requirements of new customers and to manage all the various brands and content creation across the sectors. Project co-ordination invariably becomes more complex across a larger customer base, so we have welcomed in Anna, a specialist in this area.
Anna was previously the Product Sales Coordinator for TEAM industrial services in Kendal. She was responsible for overseeing project management around manufacturing, building strong relations with international customers and dealing with people at all levels in the company.
Tom has been brought in as a Content Author and has experience of working across the Civil Service in policy and briefing roles. He also spent several years working for an MP in London and combines an eye for detail with an ability to convey the heart of the message in a persuasive and concise way.
Jonathan has a product design and development background and has worked for Stile Mare, focusing on 3D modelling. He most recent role was with Line-Out Trading Ltd in Kendal as a concept designer, specialising in product photography and 3D visualisation, and he is already helping to shape the look and feel of amphigean’s latest projects.
“We’re really pleased with the way our expansion plans are rolling out and it’s a pleasure to welcome Anna, Tom and Jonathan to their new roles.Managing Director, Pete Simpson
We have a fantastic team now, with arguably some of the best talent in the industry for creating impactful programmes that make a real difference.”