Following several new client wins, the agency has appointed six new recruits. Sachin Desai joins from MEC as senior account director, Anna Nicholls joins from Axon IT as senior account manager and senior creative artworker Howard Reeves joins from One Marketing.
Anna, who has over 15 years’ experience in communications and marketing, said: “I wanted the variety of bringing lots of brands to life. As a vibrant, fast growing and forward thinking creative agency, Big Brand Ideas really stood out to me. I’ve joined at an exciting time and I am looking forward to the opportunities and experiences that Big Brand Ideas has to offer.”
Big Brand Ideas has also appointed PPC manager, Ben Clay, from Dentsu Aegis Network to its search team, whilst Patrick Giffney, previously communications manager at the Rugby Players Association and Tamsin Dyson from Brazen PR join as PR and outreach manager and executive respectively.
"The new recruits join at an exciting time of new clients wins and I'm looking forward to working with them to see the benefit their knowledge and experience will bring to our team"
Jon Butler, Managing Director
Ben Clay said it was the attitudes that attracted him to Big Brand Ideas: “I came to Big Brand Ideas because I loved the energy and passion I saw, and I feel it mirrored my own. I also love that we work so closely together. I’m able to talk face to face with everyone and build plans to support one another to achieve our goals, it’s such an efficient way of working.”
The new hires follow a number of new business wins and takes the headcount to over 45.
Jon Butler, managing director at Big Brand Ideas, said: “The team at Big Brand Ideas has grown significantly this year alone which reflects the demand of brands wanting to work with agencies offering an integrated approach. We’ve recently set our five-year vision which focuses on using our bespoke Intelligent Engagement approach to deliver seamless, highly agile, efficient and effective results for clients.
He continues: “The new recruits join at an exciting time of new clients wins and I’m looking forward to working with them to see the benefit their knowledge and experience will bring to our team.”
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