by Sep 27, 2018|
At the heels of their merger announcement in February, Motion, the Chicago-based marketing agency, announced several company milestones, including a new office, notable client wins, new hires and an official website launch.
“This is an exciting time for our growing agency,” said Kimberly Eberl, Founder and CEO of Motion. “Our first nine months as an integrated agency has seen monumental achievements and we are excited to be entering the fourth quarter with such strong momentum.”
As of August 1, Motion is now a tenant of the historic Reid-Murdoch Center at 325 N LaSalle Street. The 19,000 sq.-ft., loft-style space, houses Motion’s 60+ employees and offers an expansive and creative working environment that reflects the agency’s values.
Motion has also received notable client wins recently, including project work for the Exelon Corporation. Motion provided public relations and digital support for Exelon’s inaugural HeForShe STEM Innovation Leadership Academies. Furthermore, the agency has added World of Whirlpool, a new consumer experience center featuring immersive workshops and discovery-based product interactions in the heart of Chicago, to their list of standout clients. Lastly, Motion recently solidified a PR partnership with Truluck’s Restaurant Group, a seafood and steakhouse with locations across the country.
Numerous new hires have been added to support the growing Motion team. Most recently, the public relations division added Caroline Baumgartner as Group Manager and Brianna Sachs as Assistant Account Executive. Lola Donaldson has also been added to the growing team as an Executive Assistant.
Lastly, Motion debuted its new company website, featuring four main practice areas: Motion Mapping, Motion Creative, Motion Digital and Motion PR. In addition to details about the four practice areas, website viewers are able to learn more information about current clients, including noteworthy case studies and current employees, while also reading industry insights from Motion leaders on the blog.
This article originally appeared on: www.agilitypr.com