FreemanXP anticipates growth with office move

Agency FreemanXP has moved to larger offices to accommodate its plans for expansion throughout 2016.

FreemanXP anticipates growth with office move
FreemanXP anticipates growth with office move

The agency, which is now in its second year of business in the UK, has doubled its full-time staff members to 20 since its inception in 2014, having taken on a operations manager, a marketing director and content manager since the start of the year. FreemanXP is looking to further grow its team in the next few months, particularly in the strategy and client services teams.


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To better accommodate its growing team, the agency has relocated to new offices at 7 Moor Street in London’s Soho area. Its multi-levelled, open-plan offices have been designed to encourage staff to collaborate across various teams.

"FreemanXP in the UK has been on an exciting journey over the past two years," said Kim Myhre, senior vice president and managing director at FreemanXP in EMEA.

"We are excited to be in our new offices above the famous ‘Spice of Life’ music venue in Soho and look forward to continuing to collaborate with our clients to create breakthrough brand experiences."

More:

Sarah Mayo joins FreemanXP

Freeman acquires Exhibit Surveys

Freeman strengthens UK team with three appointments

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