Public affairs agency BECG has relocated into a new office in Birmingham.
The company has moved into the Grade II-listed 55 Colmore Row building following a period of “sustained growth.”
The recently-refurbished office will house staff from BECG and software developer Crowd Technologies, which was acquired by BECG in January.
Verity Barr, head of BECG’s Birmingham office, said: “We are extremely excited to be moving into our new offices, firmly cementing us in the centre of Birmingham.
“Over the past year, we have seen excellent growth in our client base across the Midlands, and now work with some of the UK’s largest brands. This move will give us a solid base to continue to expand our team and clients in Birmingham and the surrounding areas.”
BECG is specialist communication consultancy for the built environment.
It offers services including planning communications, public affairs, government relations, corporate communications, public relations, marketing, place-making and social value services to public and private sector clients.
In addition to Crowd Technologies, the company owns government relations and corporate communications consultancy Cavendish Advocacy and Scottish public affairs consultancy Liberty One.