Fetch expands European reach with opening in Berlin

Young-Gun founded mobile agency set to hit £100m revenue this year

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Independent mobile advertising agency Fetch, founded by 2011 Young Gun James Connelly, has announced that it has expanded its service to Mitte, Berlin with its official launch in the German capital today.

The opening coincides with news that the firm is set to hit its first £100m in revenue this year following turnover of £34m for 2013.

Established in 2009 by then 23-year old Connelly, London and San Francisco-based Fetch is one of the fastest growing mobile agencies in Europe; providing clients such as eBay, Hotels.com and William Hill with mobile strategy, creative, media planning and buying, tracking and analysis.

Its new Berlin office, which has already secured its first client; food delivery service Foodpanda, will be headed by former 88tc88 CMO Melina Ex and Heber Gonzalez, previous director of mobile at performance marketing company glispa.

From Berlin, the agency will service pan European, Central and Easter Europe (CEE), and global clients and will be actively seeking further partners across Germany.

Fetch founder and CEO, Connelly, said: “We remain a hugely ambitious company with global ambitions.

“This is our third operation in our network offering mobile media, strategy, creative and analytics that will complement what we do in London and San Francisco.

“We’re confident we will attract new clients to our unique network, and this launch will be swiftly followed by a further launch into the APAC market place.”

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