Creative and digital agency Clevercherry has moved across the city and launched a new corporate identity.
The agency, whose clients include Drayton Manor Park and Black Country brewery Marston's, has left its Jewellery Quarter base in Frederick Street to take up residency in 22 Gas Street.
Managing director Nigel Wilson said: "Following a strong period of growth, new business wins and an increasing demand for our integrated offering, the time was right to move to larger premises and further enhance the Clevercherry brand.
"With such a strong foothold within the Midlands and the rapid growth of Birmingham as one of Europe's most investable cities, a move out of the city was never in question. We're proud to be a thriving Birmingham agency.
"The building is the perfect location for us - located in the same building as ITV Central and within walking distance of The Mailbox, Brindleyplace and the fast-growing business district.
"Overlooking Birmingham's famous canal network, the new address provided a blank canvas for Clevercherry to put its stamp on."
To coincide with the move, the agency decided to have a complete new look including a redesigned website and new business cards.
Mr Wilson added: "This month marks the beginning of a great new era for Clevercherry and we have an exciting few months ahead as we build on our recent successes, aiming to grow our client portfolio further, and strengthen our talented team."