Salad opens London satellite office

Head of Marketing & Communications, Fleurie Forbes-Martin, has opened a satellite office in Soho as part of Salad's strategy to nurture and grow relationships.

The move will provide an exciting new business advantage never before experienced in the agency’s 17-year history. Fleurie Forbes-Martin, who relocated this week, will be conducting business from a central coworking space and hosting client meetings from The House of St. Barnabas, on Greek Street. The aim of the move is to increase visibility of Salad’s creative work and expand their network.

Fleurie explains: “We want to work with brands that truly place customers at the heart of everything they do. It’s important to us that our clients take pride in their appearance because we understand that every brand touchpoint is part of their customers’ experience, and this is where we as an agency have deep experience and add significant value.”

Founder & Principal, Arabella Lewis-Smith said of the launch: “Committing to a presence in London has long been a desire of ours. Having introduced highly experienced brand and agency-side talent into the team and reaped the rewards, this is a fantastic time to broaden our horizons. While London’s creative and digital scene is extremely competitive, we will now have the ability to work closer with clients whilst remaining a primarily ‘out-of-London’ studio. The advantage to both our retained and potential clients in unmistakeable. We look forward to opening some exciting conversations in the weeks and months to follow.”

Whether you’re joining us for a coffee at The House of St Barnabas in London, or planning a visit to our Poole studio overlooking the harbour, we promise you’ll always receive a warm welcome from the team. Call us on +44 1202 330 000 or get in touch via email.

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