The agency's new office space is conducive to the modern hybrid working model.

Ad agency AB&C finds new home in heart of Wilmington

Jarek RutzHeadlines, Business

The agency's new office space is conducive to the modern hybrid working model.

The agency’s new office space is conducive to the modern hybrid working model.

One of the largest independent advertising agencies in the region is getting a new Delaware home. 

Aloysius Butler & Clark has moved its headquarters from 819 North Washington Street in Wilmington to an office on the third floor of Courthouse Square at 600 North King Street in the city.

The 10,000-square-foot office space takes a modern approach to the office.

“We are not downsizing, we are growing,” said Nancy Rawdin D’Argenio, public relations account supervisor at the agency. “This new space was chosen to accommodate today’s hybrid model and provides a more open concept for collaboration.”

Employees started working in the new office this month. 

The agency, founded 50 years ago, has several departments including creative, digital, public relations, media, social media, account services, accounting, executive leadership and more.

“The space’s open floor plan affords ample space conducive to creative and strategic collaborations,” a statement from the company said, “as well as multiple conference rooms equipped with a variety of platforms necessary to connect remote workers with colleagues and local, national, and international clients and partners.”

The office’s location in the heart of Wilmington brings the company closer to public transportation, retail and restaurant options. 

AB&C hopes the central location will help attract employees to continue company expansion.  

 In June 2022, the AB&C opened a larger, modern space in center city Philadelphia to accommodate recent expansion, staff growth and new clients in the region.

Last year, AB&C also acquired Mangos, an agency based in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, that serves national and international clients. 

“While AB&C has strategically expanded our footprint over the years, we stand strong in our commitment to the people and businesses of Wilmington,” said Paul Pomeroy, the agency’s chief executive officer in a release. “Since the pandemic, we’ve seen so many companies having to, or choosing to, move out of the area. AB&C is proud to remain central to the community that has supported us throughout the years and to be able to give back by investing right here.”

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