Noble Studios Expands Footprint with New UK Office
Noble Studios, a digital marketing agency, is opening an office in the United Kingdom. The new location complements the firm’s existing headquarters in Reno, Nevada and satellite offices in San Francisco and Las Vegas. The European presence will allow the firm to better serve its growing roster of international clients and fuel the growth plan of the agency in target verticals including Travel and Tourism, Higher Education, Technology, and Healthcare.
“The decision to expand our presence into England was a logical step in our business growth strategy,” said Noble Studios CEO Jarrod Lopiccolo. “This new location will help us continue to grow and evolve to keep pace with our client’s needs and allow us to continue to diversify into new growing markets.”
Noble Studios established UK operations on May 15, 2017 and selected the emerging technology hub of Bristol for the new location. Bristol is widely recognized as a place to create and grow technology companies. Bristol shares common traits with Noble’s headquartered City of Reno. Both regions offer a good talent base, lower business costs and a location close to major regional hubs (e.g. London and the Silicon Valley). A recent Tech Nation report showed positive sentiment of tech growth in the region, showing 92 percent of Bristol and Bath tech workers feel they have a good quality of life, with 88 percent describing their optimism about the area’s digital growth as “good.”
Founded in 2003 by Jarrod and Season Lopiccolo in Nevada, the company has been a four-time member of the Inc. 500/5000 list of fastest growing companies in the United States. In 2016, the agency earned a Google Premier Partner badge based on certifications, client retention and overall growth.
Lopiccolo said the expansion also is due to an increased demand for Noble’s services – including strategic services, User Experience (UX) expertise, web development and Search Engine Optimization/Search Engine Marketing (SEO/SEM) services – throughout these global markets.