Karran Finlay Marketing

Karran Finlay Marketing

November 19, 2013 11:00 ET

Canadian Marketing Agency, Karran Finlay Marketing Inc., is on the Move

Karran Finlay Marketing Inc. (kfm) moves to downtown Vancouver, with the new office residing in the historical Seymour Building.

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Nov. 19, 2013) - Canadian marketing agency, Karran Finlay Marketing Inc. (kfm), moves to the historic Seymour Building in downtown Vancouver. The building allows kfm to continue offering employees a flexible office environment that promotes a work life balance.

"Marketing is a fast paced industry that can demand a lot of energy, hard work, and supreme dedication to each client project", explains Karran Finlay, President of kfm. "One of kfm's policies is to make sure the office environment is supportive and flexible so that we can focus on our clients". Some of the benefits of working at kfm include a pet friendly office; secure bike storage; and four weeks paid vacation.

The move also comes at a time when the marketing industry is projecting growth. kfm had its busiest year in 2013 and 2014 promises continued growth. The new Seymour Building office provides greater space for the five-person team and is more centrally located for Vancouver clients.

kfm launched in 2009 and has since been producing successful marketing and event solutions throughout Canada. The team's combined industry experience of over twenty years, their strategic project planning, and kfm's quality of service have been key to their continued success.

kfm specializes in strategic and environmentally sustainable marketing and event management for luxury brands. They are recognized for their collaborate and resourceful approach; consistently delivering on modern, effective, and thoughtful marketing solutions.

New kfm location:
The Seymour Building
814-525 Seymour Street
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6B 3H7

For additional information please visit www.karranfinlaymarketing.com or contact Karina Nagy at 604-734-4223.

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