iProspect opens offices in Canada and Belgium

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Search engine marketing firm iProspect announced the launch of two new offices in Belgium and Canada on June 16.

“What we're trying to do is establish as large as reasonably possible geographic footprint,” said Robert Murray, president, iProspect.com, which is part of the Isobar global network. 

IProspect Canada is part of the Toronto-based agency Mindblossom, which was acquired last year by the Aegis Group, Isobar's parent company, Murray said.

Belgium-based search marketing agency Extenseo, which was also acquired by the Aegis Group last year, has been rebranded as iProspect Belgium.

All iProspect Canada and iProspect Belgium employees will go through a rigorous certification process, Murray explained.

“We've got 15 markets around the globe where we have feet on the street that are trained in our methodologies, use our tools, understand our systems and processes, and have gone through a rigorous training program before they're allowed to use the iProspect brand in their market,” Murray said.

In addition to Canada and Belgium, iProspect also has offices in Boston, San Francisco, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Hungary, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia.

Recently, iProspect announced it would be opening an office in Chicago in September. “We'll have north of 20 people there,” Murray said. And moving forward, Murray said that iProspect planned to expand into other markets, including Europe, Asia and South America.

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