Brandmovers, an Atlanta-based firm that works with brands to build consumer relationships across interactive channels, has moved into a new 10,000-square-foot headquarters in Atlanta.
The company’s new office, which houses about 30 employees after the firm added 10 employees over the past three months, is located at 1575 Northside Drive. The firm’s previous offices were located at 512 Means Street on the westside.
Brandmovers has more than nine years’ experience in creating and executing fully integrated digital programs for large and medium sized brands, such as Moe’s Southwestern Grill, Dr. Pepper, Wrigley’s and Dairy Queen, among others.
Brandmovers began in the Fulton County Business Incubator in 2003 and now also has offices in London and Mumbai, India. In the past twelve months, the company has doubled in size and anticipates the same level of growth in the coming year.
“We are thrilled about our new, expanded headquarters,” said Brandmovers CEO Andrew Mitchell in a release. “The past decade has been one of unprecedented growth for our company, and we are excited about continuing that expansion in a tech-friendly city such as Atlanta, where we have consistent access to great talent.”
Added Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, chairman of Invest Atlanta, the city’s economic development agency, “The expanded headquarters and continuing growth of Brandmovers is terrific news for the business community of Atlanta. Brandmovers’ expanded presence in our city will enhance Atlanta’s reputation as a leading technology hub.”
A ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring Mayor Reed will be held in September to commemorate the move. Eric Corona of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented Brandmovers in the transaction, while Andy Sumlin of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord, Baker Dennard & Goetz Inc.
“With its impressive plans for growth, Brandmovers will be a welcome addition to the northwest side of Atlanta,” said Atlanta Councilwoman Yolanda Adrean in the release. “I am excited about the economic contributions the company is poised to make to the district and to the city as a whole.”