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Creative agency Wurkhouse creates new jobs in Derry

By Eamonn MacDermott

Published 29/03/2016

Leading creative agency Wurkhouse has announced four new jobs in Londonderry after securing a partnership with global inbound marketing giant Hubspot
Leading creative agency Wurkhouse has announced four new jobs in Londonderry after securing a partnership with global inbound marketing giant Hubspot

Leading creative agency Wurkhouse has announced four new jobs in Londonderry after securing a partnership with global inbound marketing giant Hubspot.

Wurkhouse has become the first company from the North West region to partner with the pioneering software firm.

The new posts have been created at Wurkhouse's headquarters at the Northern Ireland Science Park in Derry.

Wurkhouse Digital Strategy Manager, David Kelly, said the partnership with Hubspot will allow the Derry company to compete at the coalface of marketing technology globally.

"Wurkhouse is a creative agency which has a strong track record in creating, developing and marketing brands both online and offline," he said. "We now provide the complete package for inbound and outbound interactions to maximise the marketing campaigns of our clients.

"Inbound marketing is a whole new facet of our business which will help us to successfully compete internationally.

"Our partnership with Hubspot will optimise our marketing by putting the right content in front of the right people at the right time to achieve the right results.HubSpot inbound marketing technology has been proven to boost the percentage of online leads for clients all over the world."

Wurkhouse managing director, Andy Sheen, said more job creation is planned by the company.

"These are really exciting times for Wurkhouse. We have tripled our workforce since last year, opened our first US sales office in New York last month and plans are well advanced for the opening of an office in London," he said.

"We have big plans at Wurkhouse which will both generate employment and reap great benefits for our clients."

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