Google Ads specialist makes town centre building its new home

A Google Ads specialist has moved into premises in the heart of Huddersfield town centre.

Established in 2017, Run PPC previously operated from offices in Leeds.

But managing director Conor Hardy took the decision to relocate after seeing his business bounce back following the challenges posed by coronavirus.

Run PPC’s new home is in Lion Chambers on John William Street.

Founded by two former Google employees, the company works with businesses across a range of sectors to improve the performance of their Google Ads campaigns.

Run PPC boasts a portfolio of more than 30 retained clients from across the UK, including Statement Kitchens, Solarshield and Office Groceries.

Hardy, who lives in Mirfield, believes Huddersfield’s central location between Manchester and Leeds, and the office’s close proximity to the town’s railway station can underpin further growth.

He said: “The coronavirus pandemic was problematic for many local businesses, and we certainly felt the impact, but we have succeeded in building our client base back up to the extent that we are now surpassing previous levels.

“Our new location in the heart of Huddersfield suits our ambitions perfectly and we are proud to be one of the newest members of the town’s business community.

“As Google-trained experts, we’re excited to build relationships with our new neighbours across the town and help them get the absolute most out of their advertising spend.

“Our free audits can let business owners know within hours how their campaigns are performing and where improvements can be made.”

The move to new premises coincides with two junior hires made by Run PPC in recent weeks following a gruelling recruitment process.

The latest additions take the total full-time headcount to seven, with four of those based permanently in the office.

And the firm has employed a digital director who will work with the company on a part-time basis to manage marketing output.