Glow heats up with London Base
01 October 2013
Leading digital marketing agency Glow New Media have expanded their UK operations by opening a second base in the nation’s capital to help meet client demand.
Glow have recently launched their new permanent office at London’s exclusive Royal Mint Court, opposite Tower Bridge and the Tower of London.
Their new office facility takes advantage of the ‘It’s Liverpool in London’ initiative, run by Liverpool’s economic development company, Liverpool Vision and backed by private sector sponsors, which now include Glow.
Glow New Media’s Director Phil Blything said: “Glow London is now very much open for business. We have an ever expanding number of important clients based in London and although we have taken advantage of all developments in communication to deliver the best service to our other national clients, nothing beats face-to-face business.
“With the help of the ‘It’s Liverpool in London’ initiative we are now able to bring our unique service and skills to new markets and take advantage of the many opportunities that comes with having a base in the capital.
“It’s going really well. We have a great team, strong Web, UX and Mobile App credentials and a lean cost base and we’re very excited to help new markets to benefit from these attributes.”
It’s Liverpool in London, set up shortly after Liverpool's success at Shanghai World Expo 2010 works to promote Liverpool as a growing and internationally significant business destination, through its base in central London.
Head of ‘It’s Liverpool in London, Chris Heyes said: “Glow are the latest Liverpool based company to take advantage of our service. Liverpool Vision and the ‘It’s Liverpool in London’ team help Liverpool’s business community to expand into new markets in a very direct way.
“A permanent presence in central London has given Glow immediate access to the capital and the south of the UK.
“Our members have already won a staggering £3.85m of new business and we are already looking forward to helping Phil and the team to maximise the lucrative London market.”