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News | Round-up September 4

Big Bite move into new swanky office 

WordPress VIP giant, Big Bite, has officially moved into Sixteen-26 Albert Road from its old base at Boho One. 

After months of planning the new office in the middle of a pandemic, the team is getting settled into the incredible new space designed by neighbours, Cocoon & Bauer. 

Cocoon & Bauer has designed “the best office in Boro” according to Bob Makin at Sock Monkey. 

Ian McPherson quoted on Twitter: “Class day back in the brand new Big Bite office today. 

“Huge shoutout to Sarah McCormick for working so hard to bring this to life.  

“A massive thank you to Peter Turner for turning our mad ideas into reality.” 

Big Bite will continue to grow and expand from its new HQ on Albert Road. 

 

Mabo makes changes at the top 

Middlesbrough based PPC expert, Mabo, has made changes to its management team with Stephen Cumberworth being appointed as Head of Pay Per Click.  

Stephen was previously a Team Manager with the company and will now head up all aspects of pay per click advertising at the largest PPC agency in the north east of England.  

Mabo has also announced it plans on creating 10 further roles to help in the expansion of its business and to achieve its pledge of a 100 strong team by 2021. 

Operations Director, Rob Jackson, was also recently appointed to oversee Social Media.  

He said: “The company has been expanding consistently for the past seven years. 

“As our team has got bigger and bigger, we have added in more services for our clients including social media advertising and other product offerings. 

“My role has evolved to help grow other elements of the business. 

“From my perspective, it is important to see how we can move into other elements of the business, bring in other services and spread our wings.” 

 

 

News from Google: UK based advertisers will begin to incur additional costs on top of their advertising spend 

Google has announced new fee charges for serving ads in certain countries, as of November 1,2020. 

Regulatory Operating Costs or DST Fees may be charged in addition to your advertising costs every time an ad is served in specific countries. These new fees are associated with the cost of doing business in these countries. 

A 2% UK DST Fee will be added to your next invoice or statement for ads served in the United Kingdom. The fee is driven by the new digital services tax in that country. 

For further information about when fees are charged, please visit: https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/9750227  

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