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Who we are

The people that make Keep Calm-o-Matic Aidan Andy Andrew Ben Andreas Ian Gabriel Livia
Ben Emery






Andy Coles


Our core values

  • It just works.

    Hard problems solved well.

  • Customer delight.

    We do our utmost to give our customers an amazing experience.

  • Passion for well-designed tech products.

    We love building and working with great tech.

  • Commitment to personal and team growth.

    Staying still is not enough.

  • Having a creative, fun and inspiring environment.

    We should always have a creative space.

  • Head office

    Keep Calm Network Ltd

    7th Floor

    11 Old Jewry, London

    EC2R 8DU, United Kingdom

  • Production Facility

    Keep Calm Network Ltd

    Keystone Enterprise Factory

    39 Brunel Way, Thetford, Norfolk

    IP24 1HP, United Kingdom

  • Office hours: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. GMT

We like to keep it fun and creative

We have team members from 8 countries based in London and Bucharest. We love tea and often engage in office warfare with serious nerf weaponry!

We have a team lunch & doughnuts every Friday. Drop us a note if you feel you fit any of our open roles!

Interested in joining us?

If you're smart, motivated and want something more than a job then have a look at the positions below. We'd like to meet you.

The Keep Calm-o-Matic Story

The Keep Calm and Carry On Poster

In the war, Britain's Ministry of Information created three posters with messages from King George Ⅳ to boost the nation's morale. The first two in the series were widely distributed but the third, the "Keep Calm and Carry On" poster, was only to be published if England was invaded.

Wartime Posters

During World War Ⅱ posters were used by all countries to communicate to the public and were often used as propaganda for the Governments' political and military plans.

Rediscovery of the Poster

When the war ended the posters were pulped. 55 years later in 2000, Stuart and Mary Manley, owners of Barter Books, found one of the few surviving posters. They framed and hung it up on their wall and their customers loved it. The poster soon became famous.

The birth of Keep Calm-o-Matic

In 2009 Andrew built the Keep Calm-o-Matic in his bedroom when he wanted a Keep Calm poster of his own. He soon found other people enjoyed creating posters.

Our online store

In 2010 we wanted to create more ways for people to share their designs so we started to offer customisable products. We now have a production facility in England and are building a network of happy customers all around the world!

To learn more about the history of the "Keep Calm and Carry On" poster, please watch this short film we've sponsored.

What does the future of Keep Calm-o-Matic look like?
Well, that’s up to you! Let your imagination run wild…