Blue Chip Marketing Opens New Office in Chicago
- Sep 10, 2014
By Ioana Neamt, Associate Editor
Northbrook-based Blue Chip Marketing Worldwide opened a new office in downtown Chicago on September 2. The company’s new office is located on the fifth floor of 10 W. Hubbard St. in River North, a space that was previously home to Steve Stoute’s Translation Marketing.
Blue Chip’s new office accommodates 25 employees and will foster a mobile office culture featuring open-access workstations. The company’s employee-driven culture will certainly be reflected in the office design.
“We believe this office represents the future of the adaptable workplace,” says Stanton Kawer, CEO of Blue Chip Marketing Worldwide. “It’s a completely flexible space that’s truly designed for our employees to work and take advantage of everything Chicago has to offer.”
Blue Chip’s expansion in River North fits perfectly into Mayor Emanuel’s Plan for Economic Growth and Jobs, and is expected to also unlock multiple international opportunities for the company.
“The Chicago office will provide Blue Chip access to the great amenities that the city has to offer,” says World Business Chicago (WBC) CEO Jeff Malehorn. WBC is currently implementing the plan in an effort to help companies such as Blue Chip Marketing succeed and thrive in the city.
“Chicago is a global city, so it makes sense for us to be there,” says Kawer. “We have expanded our international work to at least 20 other countries, and are seeking to broaden our global work.”
Blue Chip Marketing Worldwide is one of the fastest growing marketing firms in the United States, with clients such as P&G, Heinz, Pampers, Tide, Fisher, Weight Watchers, and new business including Azteca Foods, Sunstar Americas Inc., Ricola, and Amgen. The company has been included in Crain’s “Fast Fifty” four consecutive years in a row.
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