TOP BANANA FUELS BUSINESS GROWTH WITH MANCHESTER EXPANSION
Creative communications agency, Top Banana, has announced further business expansion with the opening of a new Manchester office.
The new space will become the business’s third UK location, joining its regional office in London and headquarters in the Midlands. The creative communications agency will use the office to gain faster access to its northern based clients, which include DFS, wilko, Experian and Home Instead.
Richard Bridge, founder and CEO, says, “The decision to open an office in the north of England was always part of our business strategy and after a successful year of growth and new client wins, we felt now was the right time. We already have a number of clients based in the North and the opening of a new office will ensure we are providing them with the level of service we are so well known for.
"With Manchester being named as the most creative city outside of London, it was an obvious location choice for us. We can’t wait to be part of the creative scene which will continue to feed and grow our team. Our people are at the core of everything we do and recruiting the right people is really important to us. We’re always looking out for new team members who not only have the right skills and experience but can be part of and add to our amazing company culture. The launch of the new Manchester office has opened up a new pool of exciting talent and we’re looking forward to growing the team further in the future.”
The Manchester operation, based in St Peter’s Square, will be headed up by client dervices director, Marc Hazelden, who explains that the office will support a planned development to not only better support their existing clients in the north but is a strategic part of the business’s exciting growth.
Hazelden says, “It’s an exciting time to be part of the Top Banana team and I am honoured to be playing such an instrumental role in the opening of our third UK office. Since I joined in 2017, we have worked hard to grow our northern presence and as a result our client base. The new Manchester office will allow myself and the team to not only strengthen our relationships with our existing clients, but to grow our client base in the north.”