Introducing our new European HQ
In September 2018, Momentum Instore became the first UK based installation and merchandising company to open a European headquarters.
With over 45 years’ experience in delivering large scale retail marketing campaigns across the world, Momentum’s teams work extremely closely with their partners. The business already operates in over 30 countries across Europe and so the European HQ makes the business even more accessible and provides a more seamless experience for its many clients based in France, as well as other nearby European countries, and its growing number of international clients.
The European HQ, based in Chambly just outside Paris, is a self-sufficient branch of the core business with its own dedicated project team, headed up by Keith Mitchell. Keith has over 25 years’ cross-functional experience in retail marketing and managing client display programmes across multiple sectors in the UK, Europe and further afield.
Keith and his team are experienced in the distinct retail cultures and markets in Europe as well as in the challenges faced by European retailers. They are working closely with clients to develop and maintain strategic partnerships in each country to ensure their key objectives for every project are met.
The new HQ also incorporates warehousing so that Momentum Instore can effectively manage stock and inventory and have full control over clients’ assets without relying on third parties.
Keith Mitchell, General Manager Europe, said: “This is a very exciting time for Momentum. The opening of the Paris hub is the culmination of three years of business growth across Europe. It opens a new chapter, allowing Momentum Instore to go from strength to strength. It enhances our established position in the French market and ensures continuity of service to all our EU customers and partners, irrespective of the outcome of Brexit.”
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