Core Marketing is set to relocate to one of Birmingham's most prestigious office buildings, following an unprecedented period of growth for the company.
The PR, marketing and design agency, has been based in Brindleyplace since its inception almost a decade ago.
The move from the Water's Edge to the fourth floor of Four Brindleyplace accommodates a doubling of staff numbers over the past two years to a team of 23.
The property marketing specialist, which boasts clients such as The Mailbox, Arena Central, Masshouse, Snowhill, Baskerville House and Regenerating North Solihull, will be taking more than 4,300 sq ft at the new address - more than twice the space currently occupied.
Other occupiers at Four Brindleyplace include accountants Deloitte, property consultants Vail Williams and recruitment consultants Michael Page.
Juliet Collings, founder and managing director of Core Marketing, said growth had made relocation necessary, and the decision to take such high profile space was a reflection of the direction the firm was heading.
She said: "The last two years have been phenomenal for Core Marketing. To meet an ever-expanding client list we have been almost constantly recruiting over the past two years, and with 23 staff, we have now outgrown our current home.
"Once the decision was taken to relocate, it was then extremely important to find the right accommodation and while we looked at opportunities across the city, we felt that Brindleyplace, which has served us so well for almost a decade, is still the right location for us, offering a safe, clean and vibrant environment for all our staff and clients."
Ms Collings went on: "Core has worked extremely hard to establish our strong reputation, which is reflected in the fact that more than 80 per cent of our work comes from recommendations and referrals.
"While we are well known within Birmingham and the wider West Midlands, we have recently begun to win accounts from outside the region in areas such as London and the North-west so it is important we have an office that reflects this growing national stature."