Limited Space accelerates growth strategy

With senior management promotions

24th February 2022

Limited Space, the destination media specialist, has bolstered its senior management team by promoting Nick Bedford and Matt Carroll to joint Managing Director roles.  The promotions are part of an ambitious growth strategy that will see Limited Space consolidate its presence in the digital advertising space.

The move sees Nick and Matt take on more responsibility for the Out-Of -Home (OOH) company’s overall direction, while continuing to build on its client base and expand capacity across its property portfolio.  Co-founders, Matt Gordon and Samantha Sida, will transition to strategically leading the business through its next phase of growth.

As Revenue Director, Nick has overseen the implementation of Limited Space’s digital strategy and pathways to automation, as well leading new revenue opportunities.  Limited Space - which celebrates its 20th anniversary this month - recorded its strongest quarter to date in Q4 2021.

Since joining as Commercial Director in 2019, Matt has helped develop Limited Space’s commercial partnerships, expand its retail network offerings, and implement plans for multiple digital rollouts, including recently adding Capital & Regional’s retail portfolio to Limited Space’s large format Orbit digital network.

Toby Fairlamb also joins the senior management team, with a promotion to Sales Director. Toby will assume responsibility for the overall performance of the department, having joined the Sales team in 2019.

Matt Gordon said: “The progress we’ve made during such challenging times speaks not only to the industry’s resilience, but the tenacity and vision of our team. Limited Space has always been deeply committed to growing our talent.”

“We’re honestly delighted to have Nick, Matt and Toby leading this next chapter of rapid growth. The new structure allows Samantha and I to focus on bigger picture expansion, developing new channels of revenue and expanding our retail media offering even further.”