Unicorn Events goes stateside

Agency opens a US office in New York City to incorporate the agency's growing global business.

Hannah Luffman
Hannah Luffman

Unicorn Events has opened an office in America.

Officially incorporated in New York in October of this year, Unicorn has now confirmed its expansion overseas to meet increasing demand for US projects and US-based clients.

With a focus on media and technology, two of Unicorn’s top five clients has headquarters based in the US.

Founder and managing director Hannah Luffman, said: "We have known for some time that the US was the next big market for us to operate in and we are absolutely thrilled to be publicly announcing that we are now fully functioning in New York.

"We have an exceptionally strong project team running events out of the office in NYC who will service clients and events across the US."

The new office comes amid growing demand for billing in US dollars for stateside clients.

A project director and four staff will work from an office in midtown Manhattan.

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