More NewsPremium Network Opens NYC Office

Premium Network Opens NYC Office

Online advertising and promotional firm The Premium Network in San Franciscohas opened its East Coast offices on Wall Street.

Online advertising and promotional firm The Premium Network in San Francisco has opened its East Coast offices on Wall Street.

The New York City office brings all the offerings of its West Coast network to its East Coast clients, the company said.

“Sixty percent of our online clients are here in New York, so we’ll be able to serve them better with more hands on contact since we’ll be right down the street — and within the same time zone,” said Ken Margolis, director of the agency.

The client list includes Ogilvy & Mather, Young & Rubicam, and J. Walter Thompson, among others.

The firm differentiates itself from other ad networks and rep firms with its expertise in event sponsorship and promotional campaigns. It ties in online advertising campaigns to contests, giveaways, concerts and other events.

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