Marker Seven, an award-winning digital agency, announces it has moved its headquarters to the historic Coffin-Reddington Building on 300 Beale Street in San Francisco from its previous location on Sutter Street. The new office, which is twice the size of the agency’s previous headquarters, accommodates Marker’s Seven’s significant expansion over the past year and provides needed space to meet projected growth into the New Year.
“Global brands as well as leading Bay Area institutions are increasingly relying on our agency because we can meet their needs for complete end-to-end digital solutions,” said John Clauss, Marker Seven president. “This year we brought on new directors of digital marketing and client services and expanded our design and development team to meet current growth. We anticipate hiring will continue as we move into the New Year. Our new location will accommodate our needs for several years down the road.”
In addition to expanding its client portfolio, this year Marker Seven also earned several prestigious industry awards. Among them are: Outstanding Achievement award from the Interactive Media Awards for its work on CIS VFX Group, a Media Business Top Ten Award for the Greenbiz.com site redesign and a W3 Silver Award for the redesign of SFOpenHomes.com.
“Our number one goal is providing clients with solutions that help them in their online brand development and enterprise services,” said Patrick Ford, Marker Seven chief strategic officer. “Our year-to-year growth indicates our success in that regard. Adding to the satisfaction of bringing on new clients and re-engaging with clients for their evolving initiatives is recognition by our industry peers. We’re very proud of these awards and share the honors with our clients.”