Ampthill-based Fidelity, dedicated to providing creative print and marketing solutions, is celebrating 10 years of trading in May. Always based in and around Ampthill, the business has worked with local organisations and businesses of all sizes from across the country.
Always based in and around Ampthill, the business has worked with local organisations and businesses of all sizes from across the country.
In May 2001, Fidelity owners, Louise & Simon Hodge, took their first leap into the business full-time when working with Smile Leisure, owners of The White Hart Hotel, Ampthill. During the summer the hotel caught fire and Fidelity shocked Ampthill residents with the installation of a building cloaking banner to promote the continuing Cellar bar and Yim Thai restaurant, preventing loss of business during the rebuild. Smile Leisure grew to own a portfolio of three Yim Thai Restaurants, two hotels, and three pub restaurants with marketing support from Fidelity.
Louise Hodge, director, Fidelity, said: “We’re really pleased to have spent a whole decade in business. Over the years we’ve expanded from design and website production to incorporate print, marketing advice and internet marketing for our clients. We’re currently strengthening our proposition by developing an online solution that will open up our services to even more businesses across the UK.
“As well as working with businesses, we’ve always been dedicated to supporting local organisations and charities. We’re currently rebranding Ampthill Festival, working with the Zonita Community Cinema in Ampthill, and we will continue to support festival events AmpRocks, Proms Night and The Gala Day” continued Hodge.
Since the formation of the company, Fidelity has had a local charity pledge to provide design and print to charities, local community projects and fundraisers at an assisted rate. The company encourages local charities to get in touch.