Pixelwave Creative is proud to announce it is a ‘Disability Confident Employer’, a status given to organisations that strive to make the most of the talents disabled people can bring to the workplace. We have been awarded the accreditation through a government scheme that supports employers who want to improve how they attract, recruit and […]
The Pixelwave Creative team has relocated to Fernhills Business Centre – close to Bury town centre and with easy access from the M66 motorway. While we’re incredibly sad to be moving from our current HQ at Freedom Church, we’re thrilled to be moving just a few minutes down the road. Freedom Church is moving to […]
Building on our recent successes at Pixelwave Creative, and with some amazing projects in the pipeline for 2019, we’re delighted to introduce a fantastic new addition to the team. Ashleigh, a talented and imaginative creative, has joined as our Video Production Assistant to help deliver impressive visuals and engaging content. Ashleigh first joined us in […]
As we reach the end of 2018, it’s time to reflect on and celebrate another rip-roaring year at Pixelwave Creative. We’ve continued to deliver work which connects brands and people in meaningful ways and seen our company evolve into a brand that takes on new challenges and engages with our local community. Let’s firstly take […]
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