Social Fire Media to Open Remote Office in Austin, TX
BLUE BELL, PA. (March 27, 2019) – Social Fire Media, a Philadelphia-based digital advertising agency, will be opening its first remote office in Austin, Texas.
The agency’s Creative Director, Emily DiGrazio will be moving to Austin, Texas in April of 2019. Emily has been with the company since 2017, when she was hired as a Digital Marketing Associate.
“I’m so excited to be able to grow our client base down south,” says Emily. “Being able to meet with clients in a flexible, remote space is going to be an amazing opportunity!”
The company continues to grow its revenue and 5-star reviews from clients in the Philadelphia area and across the country and looks forward to finding new exciting opportunities as we establish a physical presence in Austin.
“Emily has been a key addition to the team and has bolstered Social Fire Media’s creative vision as well as the services offered to our clients. We look forward to being able to have her extend our physical presence in the fast-growing Austin area!” said Matt Davidson, co-founder of Social Fire Media.
“Our expansion into Austin will bring a wave of exciting new opportunity and potential. I’m excited to see this change inspire Emily and help push Social Fire Media into a new territory for our company,” said Brendan McMahon, co-founder of Social Fire Media.
About Social Fire Media
Social Fire Media is an elite digital advertising agency with offices in Philadelphia, PA and Austin, TX. Their services include Google & Facebook & Instagram advertising, branding and graphic design, website design and development, social media management, and more. SFM prides itself on being on the cutting edge of digital marketing. They are a top-rated agency and continue to receive glowing 5-star reviews, year after year. Social Fire Media works with virtually every type of client, from start-ups to national brands, and optimizes millions of dollars in ad spend every year. Contact Social Fire Media today to see how they can grow your business!