Amazon specialist’s new office in Notting Hill signals growth

As part of our 2023 Retail Week coverage, in association with Metrocentre, we hear from the Amazon agency celebrating its own strategic move, with a relocation and expansion of its current Notting Hill HQ as it welcomes four new team members.

Unicorn Orange, which last month was announced as a runner-up in the Amazon Ads Partner Awards in New York (making the final 3 in the Performance Award category for EMEA) has moved floors and taken extra space in the iconic Grand Union Studios building.

‘We’ve moved into a fantastic new space that reflects our vibrant culture and provides us with room to keep innovating, collaborating and expanding the team,’ explains Ed Sweet.

‘We are already unpacked in the new space and of course we had hoped to bring a trophy back to add to the new cabinet but we were up against some fantastic campaigns run by agencies that are considerably larger than ours. So to make the final 3 is pretty epic to be honest!’

Ed co-founded Unicorn Orange with his wife, former Amazon strategic vendor services manager, Sarah Sweet (who managed £40m+ revenue with the retailer).

Sarah concludes; ’2023 has been a big year for us, not just in terms of recognition from major national and international awards such as these but also in terms of new clients and indeed our results for them.

‘In order to build on this momentum and serve them as well as we can we need highly skilled team members around us and with ex-Amazonians, ex-brand managers and ex-finance industry staff we have exactly that. Thankfully our new home means we can accommodate everyone nicely and there’s still room for more.’

By Mark Adair – Correspondent, Bdaily

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