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CubanEight starts year with strong growth phase and expansion

PUBLISHED: 09:54 09 March 2016 | UPDATED: 09:54 09 March 2016

CubanEight is celebrating a strong start to 2016 with expansion of the team and move to a new office

CubanEight is celebrating a strong start to 2016 with expansion of the team and move to a new office


CubanEight, the award-winning PR agency, which was recently named Outstanding Mid-Sized Consultancy at the CIPR PRide Awards, has moved to a new office at Bignell Park Barns in Chesterton.

CubanEight is celebrating a strong start to 2016 with expansion of the team and move to a new office. Based on the 300 acre estate of Bignell Park Farm, the self-contained barn conversion provides CubanEight with space to grow.

The team has also recently expanded by 30% with the addition of Ellie Hawtin as Business Development Manager, Cat Rees as Office Manager and Tracy Howard as Financial Controller.

In addition, CubanEight has added a new flagship client Rentokil Initial to its client roster and will be running the PR campaigns for Ambius, experts in workspace plant design and Specialist Hygiene, providers of specialised deep cleaning.

Sian Gaskell, Managing Director of CubanEight comments “We have had a great start to the year with the new office, the expansion of the team and new clients. This is set to be a strong year for the business and we are looking forward to settling into our new space and building on the success of 2015”.

CubanEight will celebrate its seventh anniversary in June and continues to thrive with a healthy selection of longstanding clients in the technology, consumer and B2B sectors.

CubanEight was established in 2009 with the aim of delivering exceptional PR campaigns which have a positive and tangible impact on the business objectives of the clients it works with. CubanEight team has a range of expertise, from implementing large multinational campaigns to working with small and disruptive start-ups.



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