Liverpool-born agency Hit Search uproot headquarters to facilitate existing expansion

So far 2016 has been a great year for award-winning digital marketing agency, Hit Search. As a result of new client wins the team have rapidly expanded over the past few months across all departments. Most recently, Hit Search set up shop in the heart of the city.

Having been located in Liverpool Innovation Park for the last nine years, the agency felt it was time for a change and have moved to a much more central location within the business district of Liverpool City Centre. The new offices are at Honeycomb, just off Old Hall Street. Honeycomb is an impressive period building located on Edmund Street, which recently underwent major remodelling to incorporate contemporary and visual architectural twists. Inside, the new offices are bright and can easily house the ever-expanding digital team, enabling Hit Search to continue with the delivery of high quality customer-focused services across all three of their specialist sectors; Fashion, Retail and Legal, and beyond.

With a number of Hit Search’s clients currently located in Liverpool City Centre and the surrounding areas, the office move gives way to easy transport links to and from the agency’s new headquarters, which Hit Search feels can only improve their business-client relationships. The company now have offices located in three of the UK’s prime digital spots, London, Manchester and now Liverpool City Centre.

With the first week in the new office under their belt, what benefits will the business see as a result of the move? Speaking about the move director, Andy Donaldson, said:

“We have experienced impressive growth over the last few years and, as a result, we continue to invest in expanding the team with passionate digital marketing experts. A larger office was therefore a requirement to facilitate our existing and future expansion. Liverpool City Centre has a thriving and ever-growing business scene, and by placing our head office right in the middle of it, we hope to contribute to it further.”

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