The IF agency – the insight-led creative agency - is continuing to grow its account management team following the appointment of three new members of staff.
The first new starter is Myke Hamilton who is the agency’s newest senior account manager. He has worked in advertising for over 10 years and he joins IF from gyro: Manchester. Myke will be handling the day-to-day management and growth of the Chef & Brewer, Knowsley Safari and Scapa Group accounts.
Laura Jones is IF’s latest account manager. She will be overseeing several accounts including Fayre & Square, Wacky Warehouse and Aqua Pura. Laura has worked in marketing agencies in both Devon and Shropshire since graduating with a degree in Marketing, Advertising and PR in 2013. She joins IF from M3 Communications.
The final new member of the team is Matthew Austin who joins as a senior account executive. Matthew’s role will see him support various accounts including Knowsley Safark, Kevin Glancy and The Little Treats Co. Matthew graduated in 2014 from the University of Sheffield and joins IF from We Are Result.
All three new starters will report into Stuart Hornby, IF’s client services director.
Christian James, managing director at IF, commented: “The last year has seen a positive transition for the agency following the successful restructuring of our core services and the launch of our data division. Our focus has been on delivering an inspirational response to every one of our client projects but this can only be achieved if we boast the most exceptional talents within our business. These three new members of the team bring with them varied experiences which are already adding value.”
Established in 2006, IF is an insight-led creative agency delivering pioneering data analytics, infectious brand ideas and seamless multi-channel activation campaigns across retail, leisure and financial services sectors. Clients include: Greene King, Spirit Pub Company, Mothercare, Knowsley Safari and Princes Foods.
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