Tapping into this thriving market provides us with an abundance of amazing advantages and opportunities.
(PRWEB) May 16, 2018
Creators behind the wildly popular immersive entertainment services Hunt A Killer and Empty Faces announced today details about its bi-coastal expansion and second home base in Seattle, Washington. The private office is located in a WeWork co-working space inside the historic Holyoke Building and will host approximately four employees to start with the goal of solidifying a team of 10 by the end of the year leaving room for new local talent to join the fastest-growing thriller subscription company in the world. The landmark location provides Hunt A Killer with a powerful entrance into the booming economic industries on the West Coast.
“Tapping into this thriving market provides us with an abundance of amazing advantages and opportunities,” said Ryan Hogan, co-founder and CEO of Hunt A Killer and Empty Faces. “We’re beyond excited to embrace the long-standing culture of the area and to successfully execute on our accelerated growth plans including continuing to strengthen our team across all departments as well as focus on our upcoming developments spanning podcasts, audio dramas and more. With a solid headquarters and shipping facility already established in Baltimore, we felt it was the perfect time to introduce additional creativity and perspective into the multi-faceted company we’ve assembled so far.”
As the first structure to be completed after the Great Seattle Fire of 1889 and one of the all-around oldest buildings in the area, the location was selected for both the inspiring and unique interior design elements that match the Hunt A Killer brand DNA and the high caliber talent pool. The building’s exposed brick, authentic stone walls and high ceilings make for an ideal setting for the organization and its innovative employees. The company is currently seeking passionate and skilled writers and graphic designers to join the team. Marketing positions are slated to open in early summer. For more information about available opportunities, interested applicants are encouraged to visit the career page or email careers(at)huntakiller.com.
As part of this amplification initiative, Hunt A Killer plans on using Seattle as the main hub for its upcoming immersive production arm which will fuel its current podcast endeavor Behind True Crime (BTC) in addition to robust shows in the pipeline such as Euphomet, Blackwood, among others. Further details about the production arm and affiliated projects will be announced over the next few months.
With proven employee retention in their Baltimore headquarters boasting 25 employees, an astounding month-over-month revenue growth rate, and favorable employee benefits available, the pioneering company is on track to hit an impressive 20,000 percent total growth since its inception in fall 2016 by end of 2018. To learn more about Hunt A Killer, visit huntakiller.com. To learn more about Empty Faces, visit emptyfaces.com.
About Hunt A Killer
Hunt A Killer (HAK), the fastest-growing thriller subscription service in the world, is an immersive entertainment service that challenges its players to hunt and catch a killer through its interactive monthly membership boxes and premium experiences allowing thrill seeking minds to solve intricate, ongoing, fictional murder mysteries. Filled with clues, codes and ciphers, each curated delivery serves as a TV show or movie that you can touch, feel and smell enabling members to step inside the mind of a homicide investigator and hunt a killer. Hunt A Killer launched its exclusive membership program in October 2016 and continues to deliver curiosity and imagination through original narrative and interpretation. For more information on Hunt A Killer, visit huntakiller.com.
ABOUT EMPTY FACES
Empty Faces (EF) is a new immersive paranormal investigation created by the creators of Hunt A Killer, the fastest-growing thriller subscription in the world. Each monthly episode is shipped directly to the member’s doorstep and is filled with bizarre objects and disturbing messages from an indescribable evil. “The Woods” is the first horrific journey in the Empty Faces series and is spread across five eerie episodes. Members can play alone, in a small group or as a collaborative team by using the private Facebook community in order to survive and solve the saga. To join the scariest subscription series or for more information, visit emptyfaces.com.