London media company expands workforce and revenue by a third during lockdown
A London media company has announced that it has expanded by a third during the UK’s lockdown.
Box Media has grown its workforce by a third since the start of lockdown, adding ten new employees, and has increased its revenue by 35 per cent.
The company said that the growth demonstrates “confidence” in the demand for digital content despite the challenges facing businesses since the pandemic.
Box Media founder and CEO Clare Stewart Munn commented: “I am both humbled and proud that at a time when unemployment is rising, Box has been hiring.
“Business-based e-learning was an area that was already growing strongly and lockdown has only accelerated that trend.
“Our expanding talented workforce is enabling us to deliver the highest level of learning content for our clients.”
Newly hired data analyst Zoe Papagianni added: “I was delighted to join the Box Media team during what has been a very challenging time for many job seekers.
“It’s fantastic to be part of a creative media organisation that is pioneering the future of work.”
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