Alpha Grid expands to U.S.
Operating from hubs in New York City and San Francisco, Alpha Grid North America is poised to grow significantly in 2018. With its international outlook and intelligent, bold storytelling, Alpha Grid offers U.S clients the ability to create high-quality content aimed at global decision makers.
The U.S. expansion means an increased focus on Artificial Intelligence and other exponential technologies, as well as specialist financial content targeted to U.S business leaders.
“This is a demanding time for U.S. companies as they transition into the digital age” says Alpha Grid’s M.D., Roslyn Shaw “We are excited to help companies communicate their evolving business models and products to an ever more sophisticated customer.
Alpha Grid’s North America Editor, Joanna Harrison says, “We’re thrilled that Alpha Grid’s ability to create an enjoyable experience no matter how complex the subject matter is striking a chord with an American audience. We’ve been working with U.S. companies for a few years already, and building local teams allows us to better serve our clients.”
Alpha Grid Expands into Asia
To serve the global needs of its clients, Alpha Grid is now on the ground in both Hong Kong and Singapore. Our talented APAC team includes former business journalists from CNBC and CNN as well as documentary makers.
Our priority is to provide clients in these regions with a reliable, local point of contact when they work with us and to ensure we bring regional insight and understanding to our content productions.
Alpha Grid’s Managing Director, Roslyn Shaw said: “The majority of our clients have global operations, with differing needs regionally. We recognise how important it is for our Asia clients to know they can call a member of the Alpha Grid team at a convenient time, to meet face-to-face at short notice and to speak with somebody with expertise in their market. This move underlines our commitment to that.”
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