What is the secret sauce that makes a company great? For KIJO its Kulture.
What is Kulture
KIJO was started based on a simple idea. The idea was to create a design agency that combined cutting edge technology with stunning visuals and aesthetics. Kulture is the embodiment of these ideals into the very core of the agency. From the way we conduct our work, to the team members who join us, to every decision we make. Kulture is what makes KIJO what it is today and guides us to be what we want to be tomorrow.
The Story Behind The Name
The story starts around 15 years ago when brothers Kirk & Jordan started helping local businesses develop their websites & market themselves online. The KIJO name is a combination of the initials of these two founders.
Kirk is one of the co-founders of KIJO. His day to day role is heading up the business development and client relationship areas of the agency. Kirks experience in forging new relationships with forward thinking clients contributes to the agencies growth.
Jordan is the other co-founder of KIJO. His role as creative and technical director sees him oversee all the work that is produced by the agency. Jordan’s keen eye for design and technical knowledge ensures the agency continues to push boundaries.
Meet the Founders
KIJO's founders have over 20+ years experience between them and direct the company to push bondaries on a daily basis.
Business Development Director
Kirk has over 10 years experience in the design, build and marketing of on-line platforms.
Jordan has over 10 years experience in designing, developing and launching digital products.
Mike is naturally creative in all forms of design. Ranging from websites to video production.
Connor prides himself on creating efficient and effective solutions to the most complex problems.
Digital Marketing Executive
Mark loves graphs and statistics. But he loves getting results from our clients campaigns more.
The KIJO office is based in the historic jewellery quarter area of Birmingham City Centre. Our office is based at Grosvenor House overlooking St Paul's Square.