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The Creation Story

Hogarth opened for business in 2008 in an attic room above a shop near London’s Carnaby Street. Our Internet connection came from a cable slung out of a window, and the floor sloped so much that all the chairs ran toward one corner. Eventually, we had fourteen people working in that room. This made it so full that we had to use the Brazilian coffee shop opposite us for our meetings. In memory of these roots, the founders of the company are still known as the “Attic Fourteen”.

‘Stick To Your Vision To Succeed’, Evening Standard

Hogarth’s CEO and founder Barry Jones urges entrepreneurs to ‘stick to their vision to succeed’ in a recent article for the business section of the Evening Standard Online. Recounting the Hogarth’s humble origins as the ‘attic fourteen’, Jones notes the importance of vision and having the means and staff to make that vision tangible as well as attractive, with an eye to hiring top quality talent – an ethos that is applied across the Hogarth family. The full article is linked below:

Evening Standard Article Snippet 2015