Like most, we’re looking forward to seeing the back of this year. But we’ve still got lots of important projects to deliver and have turned our minds to what we want to achieve in 2021. And, more importantly, who we’re going to need to make next year our best yet.
We’re really excited about some of the new team members joining us over the next few weeks. And we’re confident they’re going to make a huge impact for us and our ever-expanding client portfolio.
Strictly Come Strategy
Insight, strategy and planning are becoming an essential ingredient of any client engagement we work on. So we’re delighted to have secured the services of Heidi Stephens as our retained Brand Strategist & Planner. She’s already made an exceptional contribution to some of our client projects and there’s lots more to come. However her insight isn’t her only talent keeping us hooked. She spends her weekend evenings live blogging Strictly Come Dancing for The Guardian. You can read her column here or follow her very entertaining twitter feed here
Angie’s got Talent
Continuing the TV theme, we’re really chuffed to welcome Angie Holden as our financial controller. For those followers of our website, we’re afraid to report that unfortunately she’s no relation to Amanda. Angie has one of the most important jobs in the agency, as she looks after the purse strings. She pays us, makes sure we get paid, and that we pay our suppliers – and then at the end of the month, makes it all add up.
But that’s not all. We’ve got lots more people news and interesting case studies we’ll be sharing over the coming weeks too (including one featuring a virtuoso performance from Justin Hawkins, no less).
Watch this space!
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