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“New senior talent moved here,” Bigelow adds. “You have to be an agency doing great work—we've crossed that threshold—and North Carolina is a great place to live.”
Headcount is standing at 65, up about 15 since the beginning of 2010. There are currently human resources, creative and account openings. Bigelow expects to add maybe 10 more employees by the end of the year.
“We're expecting a significant uptake in revenue this year compared to last year,” he adds. “We still have several new business opportunities in the works that will continue to fuel growth.”
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