Firstly, we’re crazy excited to get into our new office. With 18 new hires in less than 5 months, we’ve rapidly outgrown our space! So, after careful consideration and investment, the building and outfitting of our new office has begun. It’s 3x the size of this one, and we have room to expand further.
In true Create fashion, we’re documenting the journey as we go. It is a massive milestone for the agency and I’m stoked to share it with you.
Take a quick tour with the team in this short video…
We’re cooking up big reveal, so stay tuned for more updates on our social channels!
Secondly, it’s also high time we take a moment to share some other exciting developments…
I’m so proud of the agency’s latest achievements, to name a few:
Third. We’ve had a few key promotions and hires too:
Recognizing Sandra Khawand for her outstanding dedication and work so far, Sandra has been promoted to Associate Director of Social Media. Big congrats again, Sandra!
Nino D’souza has stepped up to a Senior Account Manager position. Nino joined us a few months ago and has become an important enabler of the team’s growth.
We welcomed Halimat Akangbe, Jade Woodward, Hamna Sami, Jyotika Eapen and Shermidh Sattar to the team earlier this month. Thanks for arriving ready to take on some big accounts and already making a huge impact, welcome to the team!
Our new Traffic Manager, Nadeem Sha who joined us recently from Ogilvy, has been instrumental in stream-lining our recent growth, work flow and keeping us all on track!
I’m blown away by how far we’ve already come. Thanks to our dedicated team and our clients who continue to put their trust in us.
Thank YOU for your support!
Create, every day.
It’s been an incredible journey for the team since the arena was built, launching its social media, email and digital presence, as well as covering all the acts set to take the stage! We’re so #blessed, thank you for partnering with us Coca-Cola Arena!
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