Australian-based content marking firm, King Content is set to open the doors to its New York office this month, hot on the heels of the London business launch in May.
In the US for the CMI’s Content Marketing Awards, for which King Content is nominated as content marketing agency of the year, Craig Hodges, CEO of King Content, said: “The New York office is a client-led decision, as well as a branding decision. For our multinational clients it is important that we have a presence in the US, and while we’re in discussion with clients across the country, the concentration of business, media, and publishing industries in New York make it a logical first US location for us.
“In addition, we have a number of established brand partnerships with US-based organisations such as LinkedIn, Oracle, Outbrain and another to be announced shortly, which we are looking to support and build on. It’s definitely an exciting time for King Content.”
Working with multinationals is not new to the agency, which has already worked with several clients across international markets, including McDonald’s, Procter & Gamble, Lenovo and Thomson Reuters.
King Content’s content marketing suite includes content marketing workflow solution, Communiqué, which will ensure an easy transition into the US market with content marketing projects accessible globally for clients.