San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 19, 2007
San Francisco-based interactive marketing agency Red Bricks Media opened new offices in Hong Kong, CEO Edward Kim announced today.
Explaining the company's choice of Hong Kong, Kim noted several contributing factors. "Our clients have increasingly looked to us for marketing campaign support in Asia. We also looked at our own extraordinary growth over the last two years and where we want to grow in the future. And of course, we have watched the current economic boom in Asia -- particularly in China -- and decided that, strategically, the biggest growth opportunities in interactive marketing will be in Asia."
Kim provided statistics on the Asian internet market to back up the company's rationale. According to the International Monetary Fund, China's economy is growing at 9% a year, and is poised to be the second largest in the world by 2025. China adds an astounding 800,000 new internet users every week, and PricewaterhouseCoopers projected that China's media sector would achieve 25% growth in revenue through 2008 due to a major increase in online advertising.
In little more than three years, Red Bricks Media has grown from a small firm offering search engine marketing services in search engine optimization (SEO) and pay-per-click advertising (PPC), to a full-service interactive marketing agency with over 45 employees and 400% compounded annual revenue growth.
In addition to Hong Kong, Kim says that Red Bricks Media plans to create a presence in New York City by the fall of 2007. By opening offices in two of the world's major financial centers, Red Bricks Media will have completed its expansion goals for 2007.
About Red Bricks Media
Red Bricks Media is a full-service interactive agency, providing Natural Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Pay Per Click Management Services (PPC), Search Engine Marketing Analytics, Buzz Marketing, Email Marketing and Interactive Media Planning.
Red Bricks Media is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Hong Kong. The company's client list includes Adobe Systems, Hearst Magazines, Seagate, Computer Associates, Financial Times and Fujitsu. Visit http://www.redbricksmedia.com for more information.