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Flowhaven Celebrates New L.A. Office, Clients

The company is celebrating new clients, a new L.A. office and key hires.

Flowhaven is opening a new office location in Santa Monica, Calif. and celebrating appointments to key positions, a new client roster and an expanded customer support footprint. The new office includes the newly appointed U.S. director of sales, Thomas McMillin, as well as marketing, customer success and operational staff. Jeremy Robinson, director of sales, EMEA will operate out of London.

"Our goal has always been to build a great team and company culture to foster long-term growth,” says Kalle Törmä, chief executive officer and co-founder, Flowhaven. “With our new office in L.A, we can be closer to our customers in both North and South America and translate their needs to innovate our product and provide best-in-class service on a global level to drive their success.”

The company has signed several new customers in 2020 including licensors, agents and licensees such as Full-Color Black (doing business as Brandalised), Lisle Licensing and Licensing Link. These companies join existing agency clients including Art Ask Agency, bCreative and more.

“The last few months have been marked by accelerated growth, with our dynamic international teams, including our newly appointed U.S. and U.K. sales directors, helping us to acquire new customers,” says Törmä. “It is an honor to welcome Brandalised, Lisle Licensing and Licensing Link to the Flowhaven community. We look forward to making the journey of managing and scaling licensed brands fun and simple while helping them to achieve their goals.”

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