9 March 2018 – Manchester-based digital marketing specialist Fast Web Media has appointed two new members to its client services team to support the agency’s continued growth over the next twelve months.
David Monaghan is a certified and experienced Search Executive with over three years’ experience in digital marketing. He previously worked for FirstFound where he was a digital account executive responsible for executing PPC and SEO campaigns. He is now focusing his skills to take care of Fast Web Media’s clients and management key projects.
David said: Fast Web Media has a solid reputation as a digital agency across the UK and Europe but, it was their involvement with the esports industry what got me really excited about joining their team. I look forward to bringing new, innovative ideas to the table and help FWM consolidate their position within this and other new markets.”
"Were filling our new creative office space with people passionate about the industry. I welcome David and Laura to the team and look forward to working alongside them."
Stephen O'Malley, Head of Agency
Laura Holmes joins the agency with four years’ experience in digital and IT based projects. As Project Manager for Fast Web Media, she will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of client work from planning to implementation. She said: "Fostering good relationships is a key part of my role; I’m looking forward to helping improve efficiencies and processes for all of FWM’s clients and to see what the future holds in these exciting times. It is a great time to join such a strong industry leader in a period of growth."
Fast Web Media has been growing its team since relocating to central Manchester from MediaCityUK in January 2018.
Stephen O’Malley, Head of Agency at Fast Web Media added: “We’re filling our new creative office space with people passionate about the industry, and we are continually looking to bring in new talent to support our plans for future growth. I welcome David and Laura to the team and look forward to working alongside them.”
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