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One Two Four expands presence in the uk with new office in MediaCityUK

ONE TWO FOUR, the international content agency has announced the opening of its new office in The Greenhouse.

ONE TWO FOUR is an international content agency creating content that audiences want to experience in order to drive a brands revenue, change behaviour, build loyalty and reduce training costs. Its imaginative approach to content delivers narratives that influence how people feel, moves them to change and inspires them to act.

ONE TWO FOUR works with major global clients and household names including Audi and the Volkswagen Group, Kenco, Vodafone, BBC Worldwide, Babcock, Levi’s and Carnival UK.

The company, which already has offices in London, Plymouth, Abu Dhabi and Philadelphia, opens its new premises as part of its continued drive to invest in growing its creative output and align itself even closer to its key clients. The new Manchester site will allow ONE TWO FOUR to maintain the level of service and responsiveness synonymous with the company.

Russell Oakley, Head of Business Development at ONE TWO FOUR will lead the integration of the new team in Manchester, to ensure the smooth transition of the business.

Russell Oakley, Head of Business Development said: “As the content industry continues to experience such strong growth, we’re working with more and more brands, businesses and educators across the UK to demonstrate the powerful things that happen when you connect effectively with your audience.  We’re delighted to be able to bring our expert perspective on content creation to leading brands and agencies in the North West.”

Mark Hawkins, CEO: “We are committed to investing in our creative talent and building our capability to service our clients. It is therefore a natural step for us to open an office in one of the UK’s fast growing hubs for the creative and digital sectors, MediaCityUK. We are so excited by the opportunities we are already creating there.”

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