Communisis exits Northern Ireland

Leeds-based marketing firm Communisis said yesterday it expects a third straight year of “significant” growth, but said it was closing its office in Northern Ireland in a bid to save cash. It expects the restructuring to cost £1.5m, and for it to save £1.3m a year. The company, which was at the heart of mobile network EE’s recent 4G campaign, said the closure did not affect the company’s guidance for the year. “The focus at Communisis continues to be the successful pursuit of profitable growth,” chief executive Andy Blundell said.

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