Television presenter Fiona Bruce is to attend the launch of Seal’s new Birmingham headquarters this week.
The BBC newsreader and host of Antiques Roadshow, will officially open the design and PR agency’s new office complex in Commercial Street, before taking part in a question and answer session with guests.
The relocation from Fleet Street ensures the company, which employs 38 people across two offices, has the space and opportunity to continue its expansion plans.
It follows a host of high profile business wins for the agency in 2009 including global tyre brand Michelin and the addition of seven new executives across its Birmingham and Shrewsbury offices.
Seal’s chief executive, Katie Morris, said: “We are extremely proud to be unveiling our new head office which sits among some of Birmingham’s most innovative developments.
“It marks an important evolution in our business and is testament to Seal’s ability to continue to grow even in these tough economic times. By investing in our business now we are ensuring we meet the demands of the new commercial landscape as we emerge from recession in the future.
“As one of the country’s highest profile journalists with an obvious affinity to our industry, we are delighted that Fiona will be hosting our event and helping us celebrate our position as the city’s most aspirational agency.”
The new offices were acquired by the agency less than a year ago and designed and developed by Seal’s parent company Morris.
The building boasts a glass facade and glass and steel feature staircase, with numerous meeting rooms and a handmade boomerang-shaped boardroom table which can seat more than 25 people.