About us

Dreamcell is a design and marketing business, grown on a domestic scale, but with the deep levels of expertise and knowledge to win the trust of some very large and impressive organisations.

We work on both business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) communications accounts, but we do have a few areas of specialisation:

The IT and technology sector

We have worked in IT channel marketing for 25 years, enjoying long-term relationships, with a deep level of involvement and trust. As an agency we’re not afraid to wrestle with the technicalities of the latest Cisco products, or scared to add finesse to their “go to market” strategies.

We are channel marketing specialists – we understand the role of distribution, and we understand the rules of engagement between vendor, distributor and reseller.

We also work for a number of IT clients where channel marketing is not involved – for example financial software house Jobstream.

The retail sector

We have worked in the retail sector for 15 years, specialising in designing point-of-sale schemes and in-store print. We cut our teeth on Habitat when they were at their commercial peak, working across Europe on seasonal point-of-sale schemes. We’ve also worked for the late lamented MFI, for home furnishings rising stars Dwell, and for the last 7 years, Bathstore, who run about six promotions or sales every year.

Bathstore, Dwell, Habitat, MFI

We understand the drivers of the retail sector, producing flawless artwork on time, every time. We love the pressure!


It can be great working with start-ups, and we really enjoy building the brand and being in the mix with enthusiastic entrepreneurs.

Recently we’ve branded a film production company, a venture capitalist, a gourmet babyware retailer, a software application developer and a personal stylist.

We are able to offer a highly professional service for start-ups at a fixed cost. You get the benefit of our experience, and a really professional project, and we enjoy the promise of being in at the ground floor. There’s no commitment, of course.