Local content marketing agency King Content is expanding its footprint, with a new office opening in London.
The full release:
“10 June 2014: Leading Australian content marketing agency King Content has opened the doors to a new office in London, hot on the heels of launching in Singapore and Melbourne last year, to continue to manage the growth of its clients’ content marketing programs.
In addition to the original Sydney office, London will be King Content’s fourth office. The fast-growing company has already worked with several clients in multiple markets, including McDonald’s, Procter & Gamble, Lenovo and Thomson Reuters.
The development of King Content’s content marketing platform, Communiqué, will ensure a smooth transition into Europe with the ability to house content on the platform for global use. The first of its kind developed in the Asia Pacific region, Communiqué is a scalable and adaptable content marketing platform that will provide users with a fully integrated suite of editorial content marketing tools that span the entire content strategy lifecycle.
“We have developed solid relationships with over 60 clients in the Asia Pacific region and they are keen to use our expertise in other markets throughout Europe. It’s an incredibly exciting time for the business,” King Content founder & CEO Craig Hodges said.
“We’re excited about the opportunity of entering the European marketplace. From a content marketing perspective we see it as a mature marketplace, far more so then when we opened our original office in Sydney and again in Singapore. We won’t need to educate in the UK marketplace; we’ll be explaining to our potential clients about our unique offering and technology-driven processes that have allowed us to lead the market in content marketing in the Asia Pacific region over the past four years.”
King Content is currently in the process of hiring a content marketing expert to head up the London office.
King Content ranked 72nd on the BRW 100 Fast Starters List for 2013 in terms of revenue growth and is made up of a team of experienced content strategists, editors and social media practitioners who oversee a growing database of over 1500 skilled writers, videographers, celebrity bloggers and designers.”
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