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Emperor expands its horizons

Posted: 1st January 2018

Integrated communications and design consultancy Emperor is set to further extend its international activities with a number of exciting new developments in 2018.

Following a successful launch three years ago, the Emperor Dubai office has gone from strength to strength, now working with a number of clients across the region. After a series of strong new business wins, including prominent oil and gas companies, banks and property developers, one of the agencies most senior account directors in the UK is moving to the Emirates to help with the expansion of the business.

The agency also has a presence in Moscow to service the growing client base across Russia and its neighbouring countries such as Georgia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, in industries ranging from telecoms to transportation.

Emperor has clients across three continents– from Mexico and the USA, right across Europe, to the Middle East and India, covering a huge variety of sectors from food and healthcare to energy and finance. And the number of international clients who benefit from Emperor’s offering – which includes design, brand building, digital communications, employee engagement and corporate reporting, looks set to grow again in 2018.

Having now established 5 offices in the UK, from London to Edinburgh, which draw on the expertise and experience of more than 160 staff, Emperor is continuing to look further afield, and looking to build on its reputation here for strong, long lasting client relationships and highly effective creative work.

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