Wirral-based creative design agency Whitfield Business Support has rebranded to Revolution 4.0 as part of a plan to drive overseas growth.

The firm, which set up in 2015 by Justine McLaughlin and Nik Ellis, has doubled staff numbers and now manages more than 200 accounts.

“When we set up the business three years ago it was designed to meet the needs of tenants within our serviced offices at Whitfield Business Hub,” said Ellis.

“We expanded quickly doubling in size every year and the true demand for our services soon became apparent. We began to secure projects across the region, then in London and we’re now working internationally.

“This radical development has required us to reconsider our own position in the marketplace and we believe the Revolution 4.0 rebrand is more reflective of the energy and ambition within our business.

“We wanted to breakout from the dull, grey business mould with Whitfield Business Support Ltd and refashion into something with vitality and energy. Revolution 4.0 symbolises the change and progression within our own business and also refers to ‘Industry 4.0’ otherwise known as the ‘fourth industrial revolution’.”

The news comes weeks after Revolution 4.0 announced three new hires taking the total staff count to 13 and bringing greater experience across retail, hospitality and professional services.