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H1 Search moves into new modern offices as part of growth plan

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H1 Search moves into new modern offices as part of growth plan

The digital arm of a leading regional news publisher is taking steps to grow, starting with a move to a new office.

MNA Digital & H1 Search, part of Express & Star publisher the Midland News Association, has set up in a state-of-the-art workplace with creative and modern facilities to reflect the forward movement of the business.

The office, based on Castle Street in Wolverhampton, is open plan with contemporary meeting rooms, team seating, a kitchen area and room for expansion.

The dedicated space, which will also be home to the MNA’s new digital search agency H1 Search, was created to provide an engaging and collaborative environment.

On April 6, the team moved from their previous location in nearby Queen Street.

Managing director Andy Hill said: “The new office has been a much-anticipated move, providing MNA Digital and H1 Search with the opportunity to grow. We believe this will benefit our clients and the people within the business.

“This modern agency space is reflective of the business we’re striving to become, offering an open plan environment that delivers plenty of positive and productive conversation.

“We’re excited to see what the future holds with significant growth plans in place and can’t wait to invite colleagues and clients alike into our new environment for our official launch.”

MNA Digital is a digital marketing business built on the trusted brands of the Express & Star and Shropshire Star which provides specialist support for SMEs including web design and advertising campaigns.

H1 Search offers support for organisations looking to grow their business from online search. Launched in January, H1 caters for clients wanting high volume pay-per-click (PPC) and search engine optimisation (SEO) services.

The MNA publishes the UK’s biggest regional newspaper the Express & Star and its sister paper the Shropshire Star, which is the UK’s eighth biggest.

 

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