Drp becomes DRPG and opens four new offices

Cologne, Illinois, Dublin and Belfast take group's locations to seven, with expansion of Worcestershire HQ planned.

Creative communications agency drp has rebranded to DRPG and opened four new offices around the world.

The new locations are Cologne, Illinois, Dublin and Belfast and this takes the number of offices worldwide to seven.

This month, the agency has been running a social media campaign asking people: ‘What is your G,’ in anticipation of the company adding its own G, for Group.

DRPG  has also announced a multimillion-pound expansion plan for 2019, which includes a 1,400 sqm extension to the Worcestershire Global Headquarters. There will be a design and motion graphics studios, a team wellbeing centre, dedicated space for the DRPG training academy and a rooftop recreational terrace.

Group CEO Dale Parmenter said: "We have an aggressive growth plan over the next five years, part of this growth is being fuelled by our increasing global business, hence we feel the time is right to open in new locations."

With the HQ expansion, DRPG Studios will be the largest corporate communications facility of its kind in the UK and Europe.

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