LONDON and DUBAI, June 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
The 'Word of Mouth People' 1000heads grows international network with new MEA hub
Social Communications agency 1000heads has expanded its global presence with new premises in Dubai. The multi-award winning agency's MEA HQ will service existing and new clients across the region.
Sitting alongside offices in London, New York, Sydney and Berlin, the newest opening augments 1000heads' international network of round-the-clock support for its global client base.
1000heads helps brands to be more social, to talk to people, and to be talked about by people, and has worked with some of the world's best businesses (Skype, P&G, the BBC, Nokia, Adobe, Pedigree, Canon, Miele…). The agency now has a 120-strong team of talented people who bring social communication to life for brands around the world.
1000heads Dubai will provide services throughout MEA, delivered by dedicated teams already working in 16 countries including the UAE, Egypt, Qatar, South Africa and Kuwait. The launch builds on five years' experience of operating in the region and will utilise a global/local model, with on-the-ground growth backed up by the experience and expertise of the London HQ.
The new office will be overseen by Regional Director Matthew Rowe. Matthew comments:
'1000heads' expertise makes us uniquely placed to help current and future clients maximise the huge potential of social communications in this part of the world. We've done lots of great work for lots of great clients and I'm excited about bringing our 14 years' experience here.'
1000heads Dubai will be based in the HDS Business Tower, JLT. Get in touch on email@example.com
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More about 1000heads
1000heads, the Word of Mouth People, is a leader in the social space, working with brands such as Skype, Nokia, Benefit Cosmetics and Adobe. In 2013 1000heads was named as the most awarded social communications agency by The Drum magazine. 1000heads' multiple accolades include over 10 industry awards for Skype's 'Say it with Skype' campaign.