Birmingham-based marketing company Smarktivity has noted on the boom of startup businesses in the city. The company also said that they are excited to “see the entrepreneurial sphere expand with gusto.”
The city has witnessed a total of £1.6 billion in its center and a considerable increase in start-up businesses. Smarktivity says that they are pleased to see a “city outside the country’s capital gain accolades within this area.”
Along with new industries integrating into the West Midlands, Birmingham was also a witness to corporations opening new offices in the Metropolitan area. HSBC UK is the latest business to move their office to the Arena Central area of the city.
Birmingham has also contributed to numerous regional developments recently, many of which have been initiated by city mayor Andy Street. The projects include construction of the UK Central, HS2, and Fieldsmith. The marketing firm says that it is hopeful that the developments will keep attracting significant public investment and young entrepreneurs seeking a dynamic and profitable city outside of London where they can start their businesses.
The city’s private sector saw 85,000 new job opportunities since 2010. The figure was interpreted to be well above the national average. Smarktivity is longing to continue working in this aspect to create future industry leaders that will contribute to Birmingham’s flourishing economy and industries that will mold the future.
Matt Wassal, the managing director of Smarktivity, said that the company is eager to see the recent development and influx of young business owners wishing to make a mark in the market. He also said that they are excited about the coming years and the future of Birmingham city center.
Smarktivity is inclined to outsourced sales and marketing on behalf of their client’s brands. According to them, their unique approach led them to have exceptional relationships with both clients and consumers alike