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Koozai targets Northern talent with opening of Newcastle office

Koozai's Newcastle office is located at Campus North.

Digital marketing agency Koozai has launched a new office in Newcastle, its third, alongside existing bases in London and Southampton.

Located in Campus North, the new office boasts an impressive array of amenities, including event spaces, modern meeting rooms, focus phone-box-style booths, regular networking events, table tennis and table football.

Koozai, which specialises in SEO, content marketing, paid search and paid social, has taken on an additional nine members of staff in the past 12 months and is recruiting for a number of new positions in London, Southampton and Newcastle.

Chief executive and founder Ben Norman said: “Our continued success means that Koozai is able to expand further north. We’re dedicated to providing a fun and relaxed atmosphere where people can harness their digital skills and our Newcastle office is a great example of that.

“The agency’s rapid expansion called for a change. We launched our new London office back in January this year and the company has just gone from strength to strength ever since. When we had the opportunity to expand the agency to Newcastle, we knew it was the logical next step to take. We are focused on business growth but also want to give our employees the space to think creatively. This new environment will certainly do that as well as allowing us to recruit from a new location and bring us closer to our clients in the North.”

Koozai was founded by Norman as a one-man operation in a shared office over ten years ago. The agency currently employs 24 people in total and services clients including Travelbag, V&A Museum, Trevor Sorbie, Côte Brasserie and Hippo.

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