The German-based international agency ITMS has today unveiled a Polish language version of its website. The measure is the result of an increasing demand for the agency’s services from Poland, one of the fastest-growing economies in Europe.
For several years, the 30-strong team has actively been working on behalf of Polish clients from diverse industries. Having earned a reputation for successfully launching and establishing Polish brands in Germany, the solution provider for integrated communications ITMS, ranks among the best-known German marketing agencies in the country.
The addition of a third language for the agency’s website marks another step in ITMS’ 25th anniversary strategic overhaul, in a move that bolsters its position across a number of international markets. In addition to Poland, the agency acts largely for clients from Asia and the USA. “We are beyond pleased to be engaging in increasing activities in such an exciting market as Poland. For more than three years, our primary objective has been to serve our clients as a trusted marketing advisor for their operations in new markets in Europe. By introducing the Polish language version of our website, we want it to be all the more comfortable and convenient for interested parties to get to know us and what we have to offer. We also have several Polish native speakers on our team to ensure optimal customer care”, said George S. Pascal, Executive Director of ITMS.
Since its inception in 1991, international markets have always been a focus for the agency. As a result of these years of experience, ITMS has developed a profound expertise in the establishing and positioning of international brands in the German and European market. The client list speaks for itself, with household names such as Major League Baseball entrusting their representation to the services of ITMS for more than 20 years, and more recently having taken on the highly respected and media savvy airline Qatar Airways as a client. In Poland, the team also represents Drutex, one of Europe’s largest window manufacturers, as well as the active healthcare group TZMO, for whom the agency is working to replicate their Eastern European top industry status in Germany.