8th March 2021, 5:44 pm

Manchester office openings give Rooster Marketing substantial platform for growth.

Award-winning full-service digital agency, Rooster Marketing has made a significant investment to expand its presence in Manchester. At a time when so many agencies are shrinking their physical operations it is a demonstration of real intent from Rooster Marketing to support current and new clients.

The agency, head-quartered in Hampshire, had spent early 2020 on the look-out for agencies in Manchester to acquire as part of its growth strategy, however after COVID struck it became apparent that finding the right target was unlikely, and so the business took the bold and brave decision to create something for itself in each city from scratch.

Chris Tyler-Smith, Founder & CEO commented: “Our ever-expanding list of national and international clients always meant that launching offices in major cities in the UK was going to happen. We met a lot of businesses in our search for expansion by acquisition, but it became clear when COVID arrived that some of these were not as solid as we first thought. It was at this point we decided to expand under our own steam, which will enable us to deliver the same great services that our clients are used to across multiple locations.”

The Manchester operation, which is led by Milica Trifkovic – the former Marketing lead for Top Quote – opened its doors on February 1st and is already hiring for several roles. The office will be delivering services as diverse as Web Design and Development to SEO and PPC, from Social Media Marketing, Content Creation and Research & Strategy to Photography, Animation and Branding.

Nick Bulfin, Founder & COO commented: “During these challenging times, we’ve supported many businesses who were under pressure financially, to not only keep the lights on but become profitable. This demonstrates not only that our approach and strategic thinking works but reaffirmed the need to expand our offering. Whilst working remotely has become acceptable, having physical offices is a necessity for us to engage with clients and work closely with them ‘in city’ and also provide the national insights that so many of our clients require. We’ve committed to these offices, as well as providing jobs within each location, something that we’re proud to be doing in these trying times.”


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