5 May 2021

Made in Manchester… growing in Leeds

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Established in Manchester in 1998, PHMG has grown up in a city defined by its proud musical heritage.

23 years later, we’re taking our proper sound across the Pennines to open a brand new office in the North’s most vibrant, up and coming city: Leeds.

This development is part of a significant expansion in every one of our locations. At our Manchester HQ, we’ve just opened a brand new office space, representing a real commitment to our team and the development of our product. From our North American headquarters in Chicago, we’re building a team that reaches across every state. And on May 17th, we’ll open the doors to PHMG Leeds.

A rapidly growing Northern Powerhouse, the city made headlines in 2019 when Channel Four chose it as the location of its new national HQ. Now, we’re following in these prestigious footsteps – taking our place at Number One Leeds. Based in the exclusive West End district right on the waterfront, the offices are already home to the likes of Sky and the Yorkshire Post – with excellent transport links and the welcoming, metropolitan city centre right on the doorstep.

This space will be dedicated to our world-class Sales division, creating more than 50 new roles for talented Business Development Executives. The team will reach out to prospective clients across North America – introducing CEOs, Presidents and key decision makers to the immense potential of audio branding.  As our Global CSMO Mark Williamson explains, it’s an important time for our business.

Over the next 18 months, we’ll be welcoming more than 200 new members of staff across all areas of our business – and can’t wait to see the fresh ideas, perspectives and new levels of success these people will bring. Visit the careers page of our website for more details, and watch this space for the next evolution of the world’s leading audio branding agency.

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