Technical Marketing agency, SALT, has announced that it has now opened a new office for business within the City of London.
Opening its Leeds doors in late 2014, the company has experienced substantial growth in just over two years, having to move to larger premises in as many years in order to facilitate growing staff numbers.
In October of 2016 the company also welcomed a new director, John Ward, who arrived with over a decade’s experience in the online marketing industry.
Taking over responsibilities in operations and strategic business expansion, John has helped guide the business to new ventures and has recently visited both San Francisco and Silicon Valley on business.
Of the expansion, Ward said:
“London is naturally a strategic place for us, so we can help service our current clients at home and internationally. Having a location within the city gives our teams greater flexibility to work closely with our clients.
“We are working alongside a number of design & development agencies who are looking for technical SEO excellence and a team who can support them when building large scale websites. As a pure play technical performance agency it is important to be at the heart of one of the most important cities in the world and in the creative heartland of Farringdon.”
Reza Moaiandin, director of technical, and co-founder of SALT expanded:
"As one of the few agencies who is pure play technical and one of the first to have a dedicated cyber security team, London is the next logical step for us."
"By having our doors open in London, we can work even more closely with our clients in London who appreciate the importance of great technical architecture and cyber security."
"London is naturally a strategic place for us, so we can help service our current clients at home and internationally. Having a location within the city gives our teams greater flexibility to work clo"
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