More NewsModem Media’s New Japan Office Sprints Out of the Blocks

Modem Media's New Japan Office Sprints Out of the Blocks

Just two months after opening, Internet marketer Modem Media Poppe Tyson's new Tokyo office has already won a string of global contracts.

Just two months after opening, Internet marketer Modem Media Poppe Tyson’s new Tokyo office has already won a string of global contracts.

Modem Media Japan Monday announced deals with General Electric Japan and IBM Japan, among other global and local clients.

“Our Tokyo team is the best group of professionals in this region, and we are very pleased with their accomplishments thus far,” said G.M. O’Connell, Modem Media’s chairman and chief executive officer. “As our clients continue to increase their e-business activities, we will continue to expand our global footprint to serve them in local markets throughout the world.”

Modem Media’s has offices in Toronto, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong and an affiliate office in Sao Paolo.

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