If we knew then what we know now.
Mosaic was created in a back bedroom in Brighton in 1992 by current MD Laurie Griffiths. Back then it was all about media-buying but the savings that were made for clients were soon re-invested into improving creatives and raising production values. Since then we've seen some changes! The arrival of new technologies brought with them new opportunities and by the mid '90s, we were developing websites when 'Google' was still just a number. Our expansion from humble beginnings soon saw considerable growth and by the turn of the millennium we were very much established as a national agency, synonymous with the creativity that runs through the vibrant city of Brighton.
The early 2000s saw considerable change for Mosaic. The work in the world of exhibitions, contract publishing and contract selling was largely replaced by brand development and communications from a now smaller, more boutique agency set up to work intimately with clients. The arrival of Fiona Lomas as Creative Director in 2007 brought a new vision to the agency. Between us, we now enjoy a reputation for generating excitement through creativity for a whole gamut of clients from world-renowned universities to best-selling sausage makers; the pinnacle of motorsports to Britain's fastest growing restaurant chains.
Our experience is our equity and because we have plenty, it means we’re reluctant to boast of a specialism. Mosaic’s creativity and approach shapes everything we do. And we do a lot. So we refuse to be defined as either a digital or creative brand agency since good brands need both. And that’s exactly what you’ll find at Mosaic. We can’t wait to share it with you.