Tariff Street becomes Human

Tariff Street becomes Human

Fast-growing software startup Tariff Street - which originally coined the name of its Northern Quarter home - has completed a summer rebrand and relocation as it looks to continue growing.

Now called Human, the firm is looking to increase turnover to £1m in 2017 as part of its ambitious growth strategy.

Its new 3,500sq ft studio at 56 Princess Street will also provide the agency with the space needed to fulfil these plans, offering enough room to double the team within the next 12 months.

Christopher Charlton, director at Human, said: “Creating a business where people truly are at the heart of everything we do is of paramount importance to us. That extends to our team, our clients, their customers, ourselves and our families.

“Human is about creating software that helps to reshape the way we live our lives. Software continues to change the way we do everything - from deciding our future to discussing our lunch. We’re humbled to play our part in shaping that transition for the better.”

This year has already seen Human take on five new hires to become an agency of 15. The five-strong board director-led business is keen to nurture new talent as it expands, which is why one of its 2016 recruits is a sandwich course student at The University of Manchester.

Human counts Telegraph Media Group, Jaguar Land Rover, Marshalls plc and Morris Hargreaves McIntyre among its enviable client roster.