DeSantis Breindel Moves to New York’s Prestigious Flatiron District

B2B branding and marketing firm, DeSantis Breindel, has moved to 30 West 21st Street in New York’s Flatiron District. The move to new, larger offices – the firm now occupies the entire eighth floor of the building — comes after a period of significant growth for the B2B-focused agency.

As the economy recovered during 2010, DeSantis Breindel experienced significant growth in clients and revenue. Major new client wins included Epoch Investment Partners, the Royal Bank of Scotland, the Regional Bond Dealers Association (now Bond Dealers of America), and OMG Center for Collaborative Learning. In addition, the firm was awarded major new mandates from current clients, including a new branding and advertising campaign for CIT; branding and web initiatives for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and several of its grantees; new documentary films for a major global investment firm; and multiple new assignments for Stephens, Inc. To support this growth, the agency hired five new employees across multiple functions

“This is a very exciting time for us,” said Howard Breindel, Partner and Co-founder of DeSantis Breindel. “The move represents a significant milestone in the growth of the firm, one we have worked hard to achieve.”

“Our new space is uniquely designed to be a creative, collaborative environment in which our team can thrive,” said Dru DeSantis, Partner, Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer at DeSantis Breindel. “We’re excited to be in the heart of the Flatiron District, which is home to many creative firms. Our clients have enjoyed working with us in a space that is so conducive to inspiration and imagination.”