Red Marlin's new offices

New offices for Red Marlin

Red Marlin, a specialist PR and communications agency for the automotive industry, has relocated into new state-of-the-art offices in Leamington Spa.

Its new headquarters are at Althorpe Enterprise Hub, one of a number of shared office facilities operated by Warwick District Council, designed for new and small businesses in the creative and high-technology sectors.

“Although we are a relatively new business, our success and early growth meant we outgrew our initial launch premises very quickly,” said Danny Rughoobeer, managing director, Red Marlin. “However, we couldn’t be more pleased with our new offices which suit our requirements perfectly. Not only do they provide scope for further expansion, they also help us tap into a highly creative network, ensuring we continue to deliver innovative and exciting work for our clients.”

Red Marlin’s offices boast all the facilities one would expect, including a spacious reception area, easy parking and a sizeable conference room. Located close to Leamington Spa train station, it’s also within a few minutes driving distance of the M40 and within easy reach of the M6, M1 and M69, placing it at the heart of the UK’s automotive industry.

And it’s Red Marlin’s automotive expertise and experience that is proving a real hit with customers. Among its clients, the company already works with a major national road safety organisation, and several other leading automotive companies.

“Our background covers a wide range of automotive experience, including motorsport, aftermarket, technology and road safety,” continues Rughoobeer. “With so many automotive related companies based locally, Leamington Spa was a sensible choice for our new offices. Not only does it make us conveniently located, it also gives us access to the areas talented skill-base as we continue to expand.”


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