A new home for Bert HQ

As some of you know we recently upped sticks to our new home in Ancoats where, in between enjoying the delights of Rudy’s and Second City, we’ve squeezed in some exceedingly exciting plans.

Bert is growing, and we needed a base for our lovely new people to brew our big ideas. So, we’ve been building the perfect creative space to make our dreams (and our clients’ dreams) reality.

It’s not quite time for the full reveal yet, but keep an eye on @wearebert for some sneak peeks and we’ll let you know when it’s ready!

A new home for Bert HQ

We'd like to share some news with you…

Emotion versus Logic

23 January 2018

Emotion versus Logic

It’s an old debate: head versus heart. What you think versus what you feel. These two forces within our psyche are often portrayed as clashing; creating an inner tension and disagreement within our everyday decision-making.

Can places be purposeful?

9 January 2018

Can places be purposeful?

The idea of purpose is rapidly changing global commerce, but what impact will it have on the places where we live, work and play?

Creativity With a Deadline

12 December 2017

Creativity With a Deadline

Up against it! Understanding the value of deadlines in the creative enterprise.

We Are Hiring

9 November 2017

We Are Hiring

Productivity, Motivation & Place

6 November 2017

Productivity, Motivation & Place

Exploring the links between where we work, why we work and how much we work.

The Intention-Behaviour Gap

25 October 2017

The Intention-Behaviour Gap

Emily Adams, planner at Bert, on why what people say they’re going to do and what they actually do do aren’t always the same thing (and how you can bridge the gap!)

Tate Britain and Tate Modern

22 January 2017

Tate Britain and Tate Modern

Bert was commissioned to create a series of animated trailers to preview upcoming exhibitions at the Tate and Tate Modern.

Working in the North's spiritual capital

19 January 2017

Working in the North's spiritual capital

The North’s spiritual capital for 2000 years, Bert was very proud to work with the prestigious York Museums Trust.