Boost Communications expands into London
BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading Norwegian mobile marketing and mobile advertising company Boost Communications is opening a London office.
Since 2000, Boost Communications has been mobile-first, successfully partnering with brands, publishers and agencies to deliver success with mobile marketing and advertising.
The company already has several well known UK brands on its books, with leading Premier League club Manchester City its latest win. Man City relies on Boost Communications for design, development and hosting of its mobile portal m.mcfc.co.uk
Boost is also a select vendor in Google's UK GetMo program.
The London office joins the company's hubs in Oslo, Trondheim, Johannesburg and Dubai, with ex Mojiva Multinational Sales Manager Adam French leading the expansion.
Boost Communications CEO Oystein Skiri spoke about the company's expansion into London at Mobile World Congress today.
"We are very excited to be establishing a presence in London," he said.
"Boost Communications has a successful, long history in mobile marketing, and growth and expansion have always been central to our objectives.
"London is one of the world's true global hubs for mobile marketing and advertising, and it is the right time for us to establish a fully fledged UK presence," he said.
The team has already been bolstered by the additional of ex-Wapple Business Development Manager Narinder Brahach and former BlisMedia Mobile Sales Manager Alex Jarvis.
The team is based at Clerkenwell Workshops in Farringdon, and comes to market offering ad technology and services for brands, publishers and agencies looking to optimise their mobile marketing and advertising ROI.
The company's current clients and partners include Manchester City FC, Perform, Omnicom Media Group, Starcom, and international mobile operators Etisalat, STC and Telenor.
For more on Boost Communications, visit the company's Mobile World Congress virtual press office at http://www.virtualpressoffice.com/kit/ym8t
SOURCE Boost Communications