B2B technology marketing agency Napier celebrates 40 years in business

Chichester-headquartered specialist PR and marketing firm Napier is celebrating its 40th anniversary, cementing the business as one of the longest-standing agencies in the B2B technology sector.

Originally based in London, Napier was launched in 1984 and moved its headquarters to Chichester, West Sussex in 1988. Business growth led the agency to open three further offices, in London; Keele, Staffordshire; and San Francisco, US.

Over the years, Napier has acquired various companies, including Peter Bush Communications, Armitage Communications and Neesham PR. These acquisitions have led to a specialist workforce based all over the UK.

In 2001, the company was acquired by the current managing director Mike Maynard, alongside director Suzy. 40 years on from its initial launch, Napier is now employed-owned.

Napier’s 40th anniversary celebrations took place at London’s National Science Museum, with leading technology editors and companies in attendance.

Mike said: “Reaching our 40th anniversary is a major achievement. We would not be here without every single person who has worked at Napier, from the very first team in 1984 to our current team in 2024.

“It was a pleasure celebrating with some of our clients and journalists, and it was a great day for everyone involved. As a team, we look forward to continuing to grow our expertise and provide specialist support to our current and future clients.”

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