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Agency Feed Moves to the Iconic Tea Building in Shoreditch

Feed , 2 years ago

New office is four times the size of its former location in Farringdon

Agency Feed Moves to the Iconic Tea Building in Shoreditch

This week Feed moves into the Tea Building, the jewel in the crown of Shoreditch High Street, which will give them the room to grow into one of London’s top tier digital agencies. The new office, four times the size of its former location in Farringdon, is across one expansive floor and covers 10,000 feet. 

The high tech warehouse style space has 5 meeting rooms, break out areas, quiet time pods, agile working capacity and a large digital facility allowing Feed to continue their work which ranges from CRM, digital marketing, UI and UX design to social and content all the way through to creation of new digital products and tools. There is also an area which will be used for seminar and speaker events, the first of which will be on October 22nd debating honesty in the industry. Feed currently has 90 employees and is looking to fill a further 10 positions, all of which have now moved into the new building this week. Their clients include eBay, Gumtree, The Telegraph and Hearst Magazines UK.

Rob Armstrong, CEO of Feed said: ‘The move to the Tea Building marks a period of expanded global ambition and vision for the agency, we’ve designed the environment to compliment the teams needs and exceed our client expectations. Feed is one of the UK’s fastest growing independent digital agencies with a turnover of over £6.5m, we’ve been creating industry standard digital marketing, UI and UX design for all our clients for the last ten years, our new space allows us to take the agency to the next level.”

Feed prides itself on their innovative, collaborative and entrepreneurial nature, which has helped its turnover grow by more than 50% for four consecutive years. The management front line includes CEO Rob Armstrong, MD Matt Lynch, ECD Simone Micheli and Mark Malone, the director of social and content.