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Reaktor has been actively delivering projects to the United States of America for over a year now. A couple of months back, we felt it would be the time to set up a more permanent base in the US.
So far all the projects – current and past – have been done mostly in our Helsinki offices, with visits to the US when needed. After opening our Tokyo office a bit over a half a year ago, it was time to make a mark on the US soil too. This means we’ve been actively contacting clients in North America who would be better served by a local team rather than our experts at Helsinki. At the same time, the existing clients here will get even better service than before.
The service portfolio in North America includes the whole breadth of Reaktor’s offering. Building the world’s best digital experiences is what we do – we want to make it happen with clients in North America too.
It’s still early days of the US expansion and as always, we’re interested in hearing from you, if you happen to be around. Don’t hesitate to contact us if there’s anything on your mind, just want to say hi or have a drink.
As things stand now, our neighbourhood is New York. However, we do travel all the time from coast to coast and stop in between, if invited. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
P.S. At the same week as we officially began our existence in US, AmCham opened their NYC office. We were happy to receive an invitation to the honest-to-god ribbon cutting ceremony by the President of the Republic of Finland, Sauli Niinistö. For me personally this was the first ribbon cutting ceremony, ever.