Rawnet bolsters broadcast speciality by opening NY office
Rawnet, an award-winning high-growth digital agency, today announced its expansion into the US, with the opening of a new office, in one of the world’s biggest creative hubs, New York City.
The office, in the heart of Soho, on West Broadway, will be headed up by Account and Business Development Director, Cesar Suero, who joins the agency from World Screen. Cesar has been tasked with driving Rawnet’s efforts in the US and bolstering their Broadcast marketing expertise, building on successful projects with ITV Studios and Scripps Networks in 2014.
Rawnet NY will act as a separate entity to the UK business, headquartered in Ascot. The industry-leading web tech agency, which currently ranks No.1 in The Drum Digital Census for companies with 26 to 50 staff, provides a complete range of services, from digital marketing, web design and development, CRM integration, eCommerce, mobile applications, to conversion optimisation, video and social marketing.
The agency’s roster of clients includes: ITV Studios, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Carphone Warehouse, EMI Production Music, Gumball 3000, and The Berkeley Group. Adam Smith, owner and managing director of Rawnet says: “Opening an office in New York has been an ambition of mine for some time, so it is incredibly exciting to be able to achieve that and take the business global.
We have been doing some great work for our UK clients, resulting in a string of industry awards over the past year, and we want to offer the same great attitude towards digital to clients around the world. Rawnet is an international agency that is ambitious and growing, Rawnet NY is the next step in our ongoing development.“
Cesar Suero, Account and Business Development Director, Rawnet NY added “It is hugely exciting to be joining such a fast growing, award-winning digital agency and to help them bring their global offering to market.
The UK team has had great success carving a niche in the B2B broadcast sector, and Rawnet NY will allow us to push this expertise to the wider broadcast sector and beyond. New York City is the media capital of the world, and the perfect place to do this from.“
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