Digital marketing firm Ebiquity is set to establish its global HQ to London it has emerged.
The data-driven marketing insights company has moved to City Point. The move has been made in order to consolidate its various London offices into one larger location.
Its 240 employees will benefit from the high-quality working environment the new London office will provide.
Ebiquity Group chief executive, Michael Greenlees, said: “Our ambition is to lead the global development of the media and marketing analytics industry, and our new home in London reflects both our past success and our future intention.”
The news comes only weeks after it emerged the founders of the firm, originally known as Thomson Intermedia for a period of three years from 1997 until it was listed on the stock market in 2000, had resigned from the board with immediate effect.
Both Sarah and Steve Thomson stepped down with immediate effect shortly after the retirement of Chief operations officer Paul Adams.
Discussing the growth of the firm at the time, Ebiquity Chairman, Michael Higgins, said: “From launch the company has grown to become one of the leading media analytics companies worldwide, which now employs more than 800 people and serves over 1,100 clients.”
The firm serves clients in a number of European countries including France and Belgium as well as within North and South America and Australia, New Zealand and parts of Asia.
By: Kirsty MacGregor
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