Customer engagement agency, Big Brand Ideas, has appointed David Moore as its new Growth Director, further strengthening the company’s expanding management team.
David joins from healthcare communications company, Ashfield Healthcare, where he served as Head of Digital and Creative and latterly as Executive Director.
With over 20 years’ digital industry experience, David has held senior positions for KnowledgePoint360, Thomson Reuters and Accenture. In his role at Big Brand Ideas David will primarily be responsible for shaping the agency’s innovative services and structures as well as focusing on new client acquisitions.
On his appointment, David, said: “This is a very exciting time to be joining the team at Big Brand Ideas. The agency has grown substantially over the past 12 months, in terms of clients and staff, resulting in an extremely talented team delivering exceptional work. The opportunity to add my expertise to the company was one I couldn’t turn down and I’m excited about helping them develop further in the future.”
Jon Butler, founder and Managing Director at Big Brand Ideas, said: “We’re extremely lucky to welcome David to our team. He’s worked within the industry for a number of years and will bring valuable knowledge, expertise and insight that will significantly benefit us as a business. I look forward to working closely with David and the rest of the senior management team to help shape what’s a very exciting future for Big Brand Ideas.”
Big Brand Ideas clients include Nextbase, Pulsant, Marston’s, Arighi Bianchi and GBG Group across a number of disciplines including PR and engagement, paid search, web development and design.
To find out more visit www.bigbrandideas.co.uk
"I look forward to working closely with David and the rest of the senior management team to help shape whats a very exciting future for Big Brand Ideas."
Jon Butler, Managing Director at Big Brand Ideas
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