Business development consultancy, Future Factory, today announced the opening of a new office in Glasgow to service its growing list of Scottish clients.
Future in Glasgow
The new office, located at Charing Cross Glasgow will be led by Managing Director, John Schumacher, who will oversee operations and new business.
The division will also be run by Director Laura Walker, who will be in charge of training, development, and recruitment, and on the ground is Account Director Mike Alexander who has moved from Manchester to oversee the new office.
With the vast creative and digital scene in Scotland, the new location will allow Future Factory to continue to grow and expand its clientele.
John Schumacher, Managing Director said: “The whole ethos of Future Factory is client immersion and we feel like it would accentuate our core values by having people in Scotland to represent our Scottish clients in an authentic way.”
Michael Alexander, Account Director said: Scotland boasts such an exciting agency scene that has grown and grown in recent years, so we’re very excited to be here on the ground.
“We’re proud to have worked with a diverse range of agencies based up here since our inception so it feels fitting to be here in the heart of the Scottish scene to further grow and develop as a company.
Glasgow is the latest location for the consultancy, which was founded 11 years ago, with offices in London and Manchester
Its teams works with over 100 agencies each year, either arranging new business meetings, or training and coaching agency teams to do this themselves with greater success.
The agency also delivers pro-bono coaching to over 50 small creative business per year, via London & Partners and Virgin Start up.