Thrive has bolstered its creative, digital and client services teams with five new hires. The digital and creative agency based in Congleton, Cheshire, has recruited a Studio Manager, Graphic Designer, Web Developer, Account Manager and Account Executive to support the agency’s continued growth.
Catherine Thomas, Studio Manager, previously worked with some of the region’s most reputable agencies. Bex Clarke, Graphic Designer, joins from fashion brand Boohoo. Jaimee Page joins the team as an experienced web developer. Ashleigh Bansal, Account Manager, previously specialised in Partner Marketing, most notably on campaigns for Microsoft. Lucy Bailey, Account Executive, has a background in the B2B Trade and Education sectors.
Dave Powell, Managing and Creative Director at Thrive, said: “This has been a year of outstanding growth for our agency and, with our five new hires, we now have a talented team of 15 with two more hires planned for the start of 2020.
“Over the past 12 months we have delivered outstanding work, maintained our exceptional client retention rate and grown key clients including Iceland, Manchester Metropolitan University and Keele University, which has enabled us to invest in our team.
“We’ve always punched well above our weight with our ‘big agency’ approach to strategic thinking, creative execution and our focus on delivering solid business outcomes for our clients. As we move into 2020, we’re looking forward to continuing to grow and to delivering our best work yet.”
Thrive has recently been shortlisted for Small Digital Agency of the Year, Best Low Budget Campaign and Best Integrated Campaign in the Northern Digital Awards 2020.
To find out more about Thrive visit www.wethrive.agency
"This has been a year of outstanding growth for our agency and, with our five new hires, we now have a talented team of 15 with two more hires planned for the start of 2020. "
Dave Powell, Managing Creative Director, Thrive
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