Thinkingbox Opens New York Office and Promotes Christine Clark to Managing Partner

by | May 4, 2022

Global creative collective Thinkingbox announced that they have promoted Toronto’s Managing Director Christine Clark as the new Managing Partner of their new office in  NYC.

Christine previously led the Toronto Thinkingbox office, growing the team from 3 to 35+ people, establishing Thinkingbox in the Toronto market in 2016, and growing the agency’s presence on the east coast.

The new NYC office marks their fifth office expansion – joining Los Angeles and Salt Lake City in the United States, alongside Toronto and Vancouver in Canada. Clark will manage the NYC office to better serve their existing client base throughout the greater east coast region. Thinkingbox currently works with Pinterest, Verizon, Chobani, NBCU, and several other NYC-based brands and agencies and plans to grow the current four-person office into a force to service that office’s clients fully.

“Having a flagship set-up at the core of the East Coast allows us to connect further and build those relationships with important and impactful clients,” says Clark.

In addition to bolstering its reach, Clark also noted that New York is a hub for experiential work, one of Thinkingbox’s core services. “Forming this foothold in NYC affords us the opportunity to be boots-on-the-ground in one of the busiest and most experientially based cities. We’re incredibly excited at the chance to make a big impact.”

“We have seen tremendous growth in NYC, and it was time for us to have strong leadership like Christine to focus on expansion fully,” says Amir Sabha, CEO of Thinkingbox.

Thinkingbox has seen twice the increase in annual revenue and is over 180 people across its offices, expanding its offices in Vancouver and Los Angeles in the last six months due to growth in its core offerings.

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