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Manchester office signals continued growth for Rooster

Shannon
Manchester Marketing Agency

After a hugely successful start at Rooster London, our marketing agency continues to expand with a new office in Manchester.

Our new Manchester marketing agency is our launchpad for creative, strategic campaigns in the north of England. You’ll find us in the heart of Manchester’s creative district; walking distance from Manchester Piccadilly station and centrally located on Oxford Street.

In line with our expanding capability and new office locations, our team is growing larger, too.

 

growing strong

Everyone at Rooster has a core discipline and specialism – from digital design to global marketing strategy. With every new team member, our specialist capabilities grow stronger. A new location for our marketing agency in Manchester means that we’ll be able to draw in more diverse talent and share our unique, creative approach with more businesses than ever before.

We are beyond excited for the future of Rooster Marketing – and this is still only the beginning!

Our latest additions to the team herald a new phase of growth for Rooster. We now have a total of three locations in the UK and a deeper, richer skill set to serve our clients with. With further growth planned, this year promises to be the biggest yet for our agency; new team members, locations and services are all coming soon.

 

senior leadership in Manchester

We’re thrilled to welcome Milica Trifkovic to the board. As an acting Director, Milica joins our senior leadership to head our Manchester team. Our growing team of digital and strategic marketing experts will continue to deliver outstanding projects – to our new clients in the north and beyond.

 

work with us

Contact the Rooster Marketing Manchester team on 0161 302 8257 or drop a message to manchester@roostermarketing.com – and start a project with us.

 

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