Babel PR opens second UK office

London-based tech PR agency, Babel has announced the opening of its second UK office in Cambridge.

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Ian Hood

The office will support two new clients based in the region, in addition to Babel’s existing portfolio in East Anglia. It is well-placed to provide communications services to the tech scene in Cambridge and throughout the east of England, according to the agency.

Ian Hood, CEO at Babel, said: “We are looking forward to working with some of the UK’s most dynamic and exciting tech companies from our Cambridge office. The area has proved itself as a hotbed for international companies looking for a UK presence outside of the capital, in addition to the raft of innovative start-ups emanating from the University of Cambridge.”

Babel’s new clients are mobile connectivity solutions provider Podsystem and merchant services provider Cashflows.

Hood added: “In addition to the opening of our second UK office, we welcome two new clients who are proven disruptors in their respective industries. We look forward to helping them reach their business goals by providing industry-leading consultation and communications services reaching a truly global audience.”

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