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Date: 04/09/2017

Back in 1987 three retired lecturers from Kidderminster College decided to start a business. Little did they know at that time just how successful it would become.

“The fledgling company started life in Beauchamp Avenue, Kidderminster, as a video company but over the years has evolved into a highly successful full service creative agency, boasting several blue-chip clients as well as a close relationship with Top Banana, another well-known event and communications agency, whose owner was educated by the same trio of lecturers.”
Now the company’s founders, Wilf Keeley, Rob Todd and Martin Reed, are returning to the fold to help ex-Kidderminster college student, Martin Leonard and sponsored degree student Charlotte Holmes (who now run the company) celebrate 30 years of Citizen Communication Ltd., along with Citizen staff and clients past and present. The company is due to have what promises to be a memorable night at Spring Grove House at the start of September.
Citizen has now grown to a team of 18 people including two local college apprentices and is currently residing in Anglo House in Stourport, after several moves over the years to accommodate its growing workforce of innovative and inspirational local talent. Services include design, printing, branding, marketing and web development and the company would be only too glad to use their expertise to help other local businesses get the most from their B2B and B2C communications.
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