NEWS17 November 2009

Nunwood plans new offices in Asia Pacific, Europe and the US


UK— Nunwood is opening four new international offices during the first quarter of next year as part of its global expansion plans.

The firm, headed by CEO Clare Bruce (pictured), is looking to break into the Asia Pacific market, and will use Australia and New Zealand as its bases there.

In the US, where Nunwood already has a presence in New York, a new office will be opened on the West Coast and recruitment activities are under way to find an executive to lead the venture.

Lastly, the firm is about to embark on a fact-finding trip to Europe before confirming a location for its first office on the continent.

Bruce (pictured) hinted at global expansion plans earlier this year, but further details emerged today during an interview with James Walker, the former global president of Accenture Marketing Sciences, who recently joined Nunwood as chief strategy and development officer.

The full Walker interview will be published soon.