(This has just been released. Third-person narrative aside, we’re all pretty chuffed!)
For Immediate Release
Gamechangers are delighted to announce the launch of a second office based in the Home Counties. The company has built up a reputation for success with their no-nonsense approach to business growth, and will use this new office to build a client base across the South of England.
Gamechangers’ Managing Director Jordan Samuel Fleming said “We are delighted to be able to expand our operation into England and provide a permanent resource to help us grow across the UK. From our new location in Hertfordshire we will be able to work closely with businesses located in the technology hubs of Oxford, Cambridge and London, as well as the many growing companies in places like Milton Keynes and Northampton. It puts Gamechangers in the heart of a growing opportunity.”
Gamechangers has demonstrated the success of their southern push by recently winning contracts with companies in Shoreham-by-Sea and Cambridge.
Neil Smallwood, a marketing specialist with wide-ranging experience, has recently joined Gamechangers with the goal to help the company establish a permanent base outside London. “I was really excited about the prospect of joining Gamechangers. They aren’t like traditional consulting firms that spend time hiding behind buzzwords and regurgitating what the client has said. They like to roll their sleeves up and get involved in the real-world elements that make a business successful, and that is what I’ve always had a passion for doing.”
The company believes that this new base will benefit their current Scottish clients by providing them with a wider reach across the UK. Jordan says “We’ve been working with ambitious Scottish companies for over nine years now, and we see this move as the logical ‘next step’ in our own journey. We think that one of the really exciting things this will do will be to help further the connections between the different areas geographically and open up collaborations and opportunities for many different companies north and south of the border.”