Someone ring our mums! Ring our grans! Ring everyone! Fox Agency has landed in New York!
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In the world of tech B2B, there’s something new and exciting every day. We get to see some of the newest technology make a real difference to the world, and work with brands and people that make the future possible. But this news might be some of the most exciting yet…
Fox Agency has landed in New York!
Often seen as the global centre for business, and for good reason – many of the world’s biggest brands call the city home. And since we have been steadily growing our US client base – with clients including Delphi, PHINIA, BearingPoint and Arcwide already accounting for 30% of our global revenues – putting roots down across the pond is the natural next step. So, while we might develop an unhealthy bagel addiction, we know we’re putting ourselves in the best position to make even bigger things happen for our current and future clients. To be honest, we’re a little bit giddy.
Making ourselves at home with a new appointment
A new global hub required a new global head, and in New York, that person is Paul O’Malley. Paul brings with him a wealth of marketing experience, with over 15 years of knowhow in the B2B sector. Before joining Fox Agency he was responsible for driving Kingpin Communications’ US expansion, creating $50 million in revenue over five years.
There’s no-one better suited to the job.
Paul joins us as our Chief Operating Officer – North America, and can’t wait to get started:
“The creativity and drive I’ve seen at Fox Agency, especially in how we serve our US clients from our UK base, inspired me to want to be a part of this great organisation. There’s a notable passion here to not just excel in the B2B tech space but to redefine what success looks like. By opening our US office, we’re not only acknowledging the value of our existing partnerships; we’re planting our feet firmly on the ground to nurture these connections and deliver tailored, globally informed strategies right where you need them.”