Buck opens first Europe office in Amsterdam

Creative content and marketing company Buck is expanding into Europe with a new office in Amsterdam. The new site solidifies the company’s global presence, joining offices in Los Angeles, New York and Sydney.

The firm provides a range of creative services, from design and strategy to marketing and brand development. 

Buck is no stranger to Dutch and European companies, having recently collaborated with Amsterdam’s Tony’s Chocolonely and Swedish oat drink company Oatly. 

“Our drive to find the best global talent and creative opportunities has grown beyond our three offices,” co-founder and co-CCO Ryan Honey said, announcing the news.

“With many of our current artists already based in Europe, it made a lot of sense for us to open up a studio there and give them a home base.”

Amsterdam a haven for creatives

Buck joins a number of internationally renowned creative agencies in Amsterdam, including 180 Kingsday, Wieden + Kennedy, and 72andSunny, drawing from a skilled and multilingual creative talent pool that enjoys the city’s laid-back lifestyle and appetite for innovation.

Vincent Lammers, previously creative director and partner at Amsterdam-based Ambassadors, will lead Buck’s new Dutch operation, located on Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal near Dam Square. “I couldn’t be more proud to be a part of bringing this to Amsterdam and create a home for all the incredible talent out here in Europe. It’s a bit of a dream job," he said.

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