24 May 2012 - 9:46am | posted by | 0 comments

NetBooster UK opens for business

NetBooster UK opens for businessNetBooster UK opens for business

Netbooster, the digital marketing and technology agency, has announced that its 17th international office has opened for business in London.

Netbooster UK describes itself as providing a ‘holistic approach’ to technology, creativity and media to marry its global tools and expertise with local insight and launches with a UK team of 80, headed by managing director Chris Simpson.

They will provide provide a range of paid and organic search, display advertising and real time bid management, analytics, CRM, mobile, social media marketing and design and build services to a range of clients including GUESS, Europcar, Accor and Disneyland Resort Paris.

Commenting on the launch, Managing Director, Chris Simpson, said: “I’m delighted to be bringing together two of the very best digital marketing teams in the UK to create something greater than the sum of their considerable parts. We genuinely can and do deliver global campaigns with local insight making our delivery to the specific requirements of clients not being hindered by old structures”.

NetBooster Group CEO, Raphael Zier, added: “The ambition for NetBooster in the UK is simple – to unsettle the status quo and lead the market, as we have done successfully in other countries.

“Unlike media agencies we are native in digital, so understanding and interpreting real-time comes naturally to us. Also, because we use our local agencies across the globe to create ‘One Team’, we can deliver an incredibly flexible, reactive and client-focused service. So on either a local or global level, NetBooster is what every agency should be.”

Integrated digital agency Guava, which also has offices in the UK, will also be rebranded as NetBooster from today.

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