MGH, a full-service marketing and communications agency that has called Owings Mills home for more than two decades, announced that it has opened its brand new office in Hunt Valley. Located in the heart of Hunt Valley Towne Center, the 20,000 square-foot fully renovated and redesigned office space, previously occupied by Greetings & Readings, leaves room for further team expansion as the agency’s client roster continues to grow on a national and international level.
The new modern and industrial-style office space – designed by NFD Interior Design in partnership with MGH Chief Creative Officer Dave Wassell – promotes a balance of openness and privacy, with both individual workspaces and gathering spaces for employees to collaborate. Three state-of-the-art conference rooms feature top-of-the-line technology to produce the highest quality video conferencing meetings with clients and team members across the country. Each meeting or collaboration space is named after a famous author as a nod to the previous occupant, including Ernest Hemingway and Maya Angelou.
The new office also has a focus on family and includes a wellness room in support of working new mothers, as well as a kids only space for children of employees for when parents may bring their children into work. Located next to a Light Rail stop and in the center of retail stores, a Wegman’s grocery store, restaurants and more, the office builds convenience into employee work days.
Other notable features include:
- Mural painted by popular local Baltimore artists, Jessie and Katey, who have designed murals for Starbucks and Facebook
- Rubik’s Cube art installation, made up of 600 Rubik’s Cubes it is a nod to MGH’s agility and problem solving skills
- Custom conference room tables made by Baltimore local woodworking company, Sandtown Furniture Co.
- Designated photography and video studio
- Fully equipped video editing suite
“After two years of working remotely, we are so excited to unveil our new office space, located in the heart of Hunt Valley, with consumers and retail at our doorstep. We built this new space in the middle of the pandemic, and while we’ve successfully been working remotely for two years, we also felt it was important to our business to provide a space and the opportunity for in-person collaboration and idea generation,” commented MGH CEO Andy Malis. “We’re fortunate to have created a space during this challenging time, as we knew to prioritize the technology to keep everyone seamlessly connected with clients and team members. It’s the right mix of the old and the new, and we’re excited to welcome everyone back.”
Based in Hunt Valley, Md., MGH is an integrated marketing and communications agency offering advertising, public relations, media planning/buying, creative design and production, interactive (design, strategy, development and marketing), market research, direct response, influencer marketing and social media marketing to franchised restaurants and more. MGH was selected to the Ad Age 2019 and 2020 Best Places to Work list.
MGH maintains a diverse client base spanning multiple industries. Some of the agency’s current clients include STANLEY BLACK & DECKER, Books-A-Million, Which Wich, Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls, Hendrick Automotive Group, Mannington, Smyth Jewelers, DTLR, Spring Education Group, Inc., Successories, Santa Monica Brew Works and Utz.
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