NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Aug 23, 2012) - Charlie Horsey, Chairman & CEO of marketing services agency MKTG INC, announced today that the company has expanded to London, representing the agency's first office outside the Unites States.
Over the course of the last month, the London team saw their first round of successful activations of experiential programs for Nike and Beats By Dre.
Kevin Collins, who recently was promoted to the role of General Manager, Vice President of Business Development, has been leading the UK team and will continue to be responsible for building MKTG INC's international presence, growing its client roster, and adding International scale for existing US-based clients.
The office is the agency's sixth location and enables clients to reach an international audience of consumers through engaging experiential marketing and community building programs.
"The timing is perfect for this type of expansion," said Horsey. "Our global clients and other A-list brands are seeking international scale from us, and this new market offering will ensure the continued growth of our core capabilities. Additionally, the 2012 Olympic games offered a great opportunity for us to hit the ground running with a number of clients and lay the ground work for this expansion."
This announcement comes after a string of new business for the agency including FedEx, Google, Adobe, Mattel, NFL, YouTube and AON which were all recently added to the agency's roster -- further illustrating the agency's tremendous growth over the past two years.
For all London inquiries please contact Kevin Collins, GM, London at T: 0207 748 5258 or email@example.com.
MKTG INC is a marketing services agency that builds national and local communities around brands by engaging consumers through experiential, digital, and social marketing. Headquartered in New York, with additional offices in Cincinnati, Chicago, London, Los Angeles and San Francisco, MKTG INC produces over 70,000+ brand experiences each year with our 6,500 brand ambassadors and 42 field offices.