Friday 17 August 2018

TERMINALFOUR to open two new offices after securing €4.2m in new business

Piero Tintori
Piero Tintori
Louise Kelly

Louise Kelly

An Irish web content management firm has announced its plans for expansion globally as it reports €4.2m in new business wins for 2017.

TERMINALFOUR, headquartered in Dublin 1, provides digital marketing and management solutions for higher education clients.

The company said that more than half of the deals over the last 12 months were done in North America, with the US and Canadian markets now accounting for more than 50pc of TERMINALFOUR’s global revenue.

Plans to open a second US office in San Diego, California will be realised early next year to manage the expanding US market as the firm expects this pace of growth to continue into 2018.

This office will also act as an initial springboard as TERMINALFOUR intends to develop its interests in the Latin America.

TERMINALFOUR said it has doubled the number of new client wins in North America in 2017, which include Mount St. Mary’s University and Babson College, bringing its current number of higher education clients globally to more than 200.

CEO and founder Piero Tintori said it was an excellent year for TERMINALFOUR as revenues in the US market "doubled on the back of significant client wins, particularly along the West Coast".

"We will strengthen our presence in both North America and Europe by announcing the opening of a second US office, in San Diego, and a new office in Poland. With nine offices, and customers across five continents, TERMINALFOUR will continue to stand out from the competition as a truly global company," he said.

Other notable new wins for the company include the University of Wollongong and Southern Cross University in Australia and the University of Winchester in the UK.

TERMINALFOUR, which employs more than 70 people worldwide, counts some of the world’s most prestigious higher education institutions among its clients, including University of St Andrews, Columbia University and University College Dublin.

"As universities and higher education bodies depend on their websites and digital marketing to recruit students. TERMINALFOUR offers these third level institutions a low cost way to remain competitive and achieve international student recruitment targets," said Mr Tintori

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