Digital marketing agency Orange Bus is set to open a new London office it has revealed.
The Newcastle based agency is hoping a move to the capital will help it generate a turnover in the region of £10m increasing its current £2m turnover five times over.
Orange Bus director, Julian Leighton, said: “We see this as a very competitive base for delivering technology solutions to a global audience – but it’s not just about cost, it’s about access to a highly skilled, stable workforce that we can scale.
“Being more responsive to our clients and providing a better quality of service is paramount – as is sustained growth and we are now much better placed to access a world of opportunities we would never have had a look in with before.”
Orange Bus are hoping this move to the Clerkenwell office will boost revenue, especially from overseas clients. Currently, such clients generate 40% of the firm’s revenue, and it hopes a London location will help draw even more clients to the firm.
Account director Jo Little will head up the team at the new London office. She will be supported by two new recruits.
First established in 2006, and with a team of 40, the firm currently has clients including Sage, Pearson and many others.
By: Kirsty MacGregor
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