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London based Smarter Click opens new office in Manchester

by LLP Reporter
12th Feb 20 5:43 am

Fast-growing, customer conversion rate specialists Smarter Click have announced the opening of a new office in Manchester, where Mel Skuse has been hired as the new Regional Manager.

In order to consolidate their rapid growth in the North of England, conversion rate specialists and fast-growing company Smarter Click has announced the appointment of new Regional Manager Mel Skuse, who will head up the new office in Manchester.

Mel Skuse joins the team with a long history in the agency world, bringing a broad experience of the digital marketing scene, with 10 years’ worth of experience.

Hailing from Huddersfield, Mel will be opening the Manchester office to continue to provide Smarter Click’s exemplary service for the rapidly growing list of clients based in the North.

While reflecting the company’s growing client-base in the North, the opening of an office in Manchester indicates the importance of the city to businesses around the country, and is in keeping with the increasingly positive trend of more brands setting up head offices and launching within the Greater Manchester area.

Founded in 2013, Smarter Click has experienced incredible growth, going from a business with just three employees, to one with over 30 working from offices in London, Madrid, Hong Kong, and now Manchester.

Celebrating a huge period of growth, alongside this appointment Smarter Click has also hired a new Head of Business Development, Luke Matthews joining the team at the end of the month, as well as a new Operations Director, Chris Johnson who started earlier in the year, with many more hires to come in the coming months.

Ennis Al-Saiegh, CEO of Smarter Click said, “We’ve always been proud of our growth as a company, and we have a great product set and provide a world-leading service, so it’s really pleasing to be able to physically see how far we’ve come in just over six years.”

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