Exclusive: London marketing agency makes Manchester move

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by Stephen Chapman

A London marketing agency has revealed plans to set up a “Northern hub” in Manchester.

Kaizen has already recruited 4 staff to work out of a hot-desking space in Manchester city centre.

However, it has plans to move into a permanent office as this operation grows.

“I’m delighted to announce that we're expanding our physical presence with a northern hub in Manchester. Our new location will give us access to the immense amount of untapped and diverse talent the city has to offer. I’m keen to continue adding to our fantastic team of northern colleagues as we grow,” stated Jeremy McDonald, Managing Director.

“As per the current guidance, our employees largely continue to work from home when possible. However, I think it’s important to offer the team the flexibility to decide their working arrangements, with the option to use either the London or Manchester hubs on a part-time basis. We’re committed to providing an environment where our talent can develop in their roles.”

The growth marketing agency works across digital PR, social, search and influencer marketing, with a client list including FreeTrade, eBay and Lovehoney.  

It  currently employs 40 staff and broke the £3m turnover mark in 2021.

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