Manchester-based digital marketing agency, CUE Marketing, is excited to announce the appointment of Nick Boyle as the new Managing Director.
Nick will now be responsible for driving the business forward into a future of positive growth by expanding the team, growing existing clients and introducing new clients to the roster.
Since joining the agency as Operations and Marketing Director in January, Nick has been responsible for implementing some key changes into the business. This includes the introduction of new client contracts, the start of three new departments, and a host of employee benefits to keep staff happy and engaged.
"This is an exciting time for CUE...We've brought in some very key hires to kickstart the growth of new departments and exciting services for our clients"
Managing Director, Nick Boyle
Prior to joining CUE, Nick has helped grow multiple well-known agencies across the North West, with a core focus on client acquisition, growth and retention. He worked as agency lead on a number of household names across a wide range of industries, including Virgin Money, Ann Summers and Talk Talk.
Commenting on his new position, Nick said: “I’m proud to have been given this opportunity to lead such a strong and capable agency. This is a very exciting time for CUE; 2018 has already gotten off to a fantastic start. We’ve brought in some very key hires which kickstarts the growth of new departments and exciting services for our clients.
“With the incredibly strong team and solid setup we have now, I’m confident that this will only lead to CUE continuing to grow across the board. As the second half of the year starts we will continue to roll out some exciting staff benefits that make CUE an even more exciting and enjoyable place to work.
“We’re in a strong position right now, and I’m excited to be on board and part of such a great team that will help take CUE to the next level.”
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