Content Post will add three new suites to its Noho facility after its launch business model - which combines a freelance talent agency with off and online post services - proved an immediate hit.

The expansion will be completed in the next two months with the company investing around£100,000 in Final Cut Studio 2 suites.

Managing director Luke Deverill said he hopes the move will help to achieve “economies of scale”.

Established in November, the company operates as both a post house and a freelance agency for its six editors, taking around 25% commission for external jobs from production companies that have their own in-house facilities.

Deverill believes this model makes his company more versatile than a straight agency or post facility.

“There is room for a new business model in post,” he said. “Some larger companies are focused on the processes rather than the talent and some areas of the industry have become stale. We are flexible about commissions too, these can vary according to the job.”

Deverill said that the benefits of his model are threefold: bringing in new work; keeping talent accessible and known within the industry; and maintaining a variety of work for staff.

The editors on the company's books include Matt Love and Jim Wright.

Content Post does approximately 60% of its jobs in HD and regularly works with projects shot on XDCam.