(PRWeb UK) October 5, 2009
Following two successful years of operations for global brands in Britain, agency:2, the UK's original social media agency, is to open its doors in San Francisco. The new office will be established by Ian Brown, a former colleague of Joel Davis, founder of agency:2. They worked together on the client side for eFinancialCareers, one of the world's largest job boards.
agency:2 was established in London in 2007 and was the first agency to use the term "Social Media Agency". The agency promotes brands within influential user-generated sites and delivers measurability through the use of a proprietary Social Media Tracking Tool.
agency:2's client list currently includes global brands such as Microsoft, MasterCard, HP and Dow Jones. See http://agency2socialmedia.com/clients/ for more information.
Joel Davis, Chief Executive and founder of agency:2, said: "We have experienced a great couple of years working here in the UK creating social media campaigns for big, established brands. We believe that the time is now right for us to take our unique offering across to the US and we're excited about the possibilities of working with other global and American brands." Davis adds "We will continue to make good on our social media promise of value and ROI"
agency:2 San Francisco will open its office this week.
For further information:
San Francisco contact - Ian Brown: email@example.com / 415.250.1074
London contact - Joel Davis: firstname.lastname@example.org / +44 (0)207 775 5608 http://www.agency2.co.uk
- agency:2 was founded in 2007 and was the UK's first social media agency.
- agency:2 works with the world's best brands to leverage the marketing power of social media networking and to make authentic connections.
- agency:2 mixes active social media monitoring - measuring buzz around your brand - with proactive social media marketing - driving conversations to your brand.
- agency:2's repeat business from clients such as Microsoft, Dow Jones, HP and MasterCard shows that they're making good on social media's promise - value and ROI