Business Grant Success: dgtl, a creative imaging production company based in Nottingham

With the help of the NBV Enterprise Solutions Ltd (NBV) Grant for Enterprise, many entrepreneurs across Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire are being given the opportunity to grow their business. Jack Gunter from dgtl Concepts is one such entrepreneur.


Based in the centre of Nottingham, dgtl Concepts was set up by Sam Wordsworth (Managing Director) who was soon joined by Jack Gunter (General Manager). It is a company that unifies all of the creative arts including photography, video production, aerial cinematography, graphics and web design. The business was started in 2014, and Jack states: “Running a business allows you to really get stuck in and see the differences your actions are making and you get to choose the direction in which the business goes.”

Due to low-profit margins, the business looked to move out of the student nightclub photography business and wanted to take on larger video production projects. To make this change the business needed to invest in some new state of the art equipment. Jack approached NBV and applied for the Grant for Enterprise. He comments:

“This grant enabled us to purchase a Sony PXW-FS5 video production camera, along with other production equipment. We have wanted to purchase this equipment for quite a while now but the cost has been slightly out of our reach, the 25% grant has been really beneficial to us.”

The future plan for dgtl is to become one of the world’s leading digital storytelling production companies, creating content which is stimulating, innovative and visually engaging. Jack adds: “The equipment we’ve purchased is brilliant for the business and the quality of our work has improved and has allowed us to pitch for higher profile jobs which demand the very best equipment.”   

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