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Anderson Baillie On The Move
Wednesday 04 September 2002
Cheshire, UK

Continued business growth and expansion has enabled Anderson Baillie the I.T/ Technology marketing consultancy and services group to move its northern operation to Walton, near Warrington, Cheshire.

The new building emphasises Anderson Baillie’s recent business growth and coincides with a recruitment drive across its consultancy, account management and creative functions. This investment was key to servicing an increasing client portfolio including new client gains SurfControl, Nokia and Amdocs Clarify.

The acquisition of the new offices in Walton, Cheshire also coincides with the development of Anderson Baillie’s southern office in Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire.

Andrew Baillie, Managing Director of Anderson Baillie commented: "The investment in our new office facilities at Walton and Henley has coincided with the recruitment of key members of staff and a series of new account wins."

"Despite the obvious slowdown in the high tech sectors we have been experiencing an increase demand for our strategic business growth services. As vendors challenge harder in diminishing markets they are taking the opportunity to review their market position and with our assistance develop stronger propositions in readiness for improving market conditions," adds Andrew.

"We in turn have also taken the opportunity to focus on inward investment to strengthen our position as a leading player offering strategic marketing consultancy and integrated marketing services to the I.T and technology sectors."

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