Agency Top Banana to open London office

As part of a £250,000 investment, events agency Top Banana is to open a new office in London, following a successful 2013.

Nick Terry, Top Banana’s managing director
Nick Terry, Top Banana’s managing director

The midlands based events agency, Top Banana, has announced plans to open a new office in London after reporting growth in turnover with a profit of £5.8m projected for March 2014.

Top Banana said the decision to open a new office was fuelled by the need to be closer to its London-based clients, which in 2013 included the likes of Barclaycard, Bacardi and Primark.

The decision was also stimulated by a £250,000 investment, which will help bring two new account teams to the company’s new premises in Waterloo.

Nick Terry, Top Banana’s managing director, said: "The new office will allow us to respond more quickly to our prestigious London clients, decrease mileage and improve our carbon footprint.

"We are looking to recruit staff who understand business strategy and the dynamics of communication."

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