The news comes just months after the agency announced the creation of a marketing director role at The Point.1888, held by Sarah Crimes.
Joining The Point.1888 are:
Chris Brinkworth as marketing manager. Already well versed in the licensing industry, Chris previously worked at the Global Licensing Group where he was responsible for implementing year-round marketing campaigns for Global Licensing Group products as well as product development and media partnerships. In his new role at The Point.1888, he will be working underneath Crimes and developing the business goals and providing client support;
Andrea Inglis, The Point.1888’s new account manager, has worked with a wealth of big brands including Hilton Hotels, Ford and the Wildlife Trust. Skilled in delivering fully integrated marketing campaigns and social strategy, she will be putting that experience to great use in her new role; and
Sophie Loader, as junior marketing executive, will be supporting the team in all aspects of marketing, ensuring the development of the agency’s current clients as well as The Point.1888’s own channels.
They will join Crimes, Martin McLaughlin, partnerships head and Ellen Fazakerley, marketing executive.
“Over the last few years, we’ve shown the industry that we’re an agency to watch thanks to our attitude and retail-led approach,” says Will Stewart, managing director, The Point.1888. “Our growth has been phenomenal but we recognize that to continue on that trajectory, meet our targets and give our clients the best possible support, Sarah and Martin need the support of a team of talented individuals and with Chris, Andrea, Ellen and Sophie, they’ve got just that. This is such an exciting time for the marketing division and for our company as a whole and we’re ready to get people talking once again.”
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