What Marketing Welcomes Abby Holland to the Team
What Marketing, a specialist video, animation and illustrations agency has welcomed Abby Holland to the team as head of first impressions.
Abby, from Manchester, will be managing all platforms where clients first interact with the agency, develop new business, and ensure there's a smooth process from initial meeting to delivering agreed outputs to a happy client.
Abby, who joins from AmeriCamp where she was business development manager, is the latest recruit to the What Marketing team and follows a number of significant client wins within the travel sector.
Chris Townsend, co-founder and director of What Marketing said: “We are really excited to welcome Abby to the team. Our business has enjoyed an amazing period of growth which is seeing the whole team travel around the world. Having Abby as head of first impressions will allow for the onboarding process to be more streamlined and provide a key contact representing us at all times.”
Abby added: “I’ve watched What Marketing grow from strength to strength over the past 12 months and it’s clear to see how much fun they have and what a strong team they are; quite honestly I wanted to be part of it.
“I want to play an integral part in evolving the company from its start-up roots and help it achieve its goals. I want to bring on new clients with projects that the team will be excited to work on and hopefully will see us get more stamps in our passports!”
Abby will be reporting directly to Chris and will be supporting the whole team on a day to day basis.
What Marketing is also looking to recruit a paid social manager. For further details of the role please contact Chris Townsend at What Marketing via the website https://www.what-marketing.com/ or follow on Twitter @WhatMarketing_ or Facebook www.facebook.com/WhatMarketing
"We are really excited to welcome Abby to the team."
Chris Townsend, director of What Marketing
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