Big Brand Ideas announces six new hires

Big Brand Ideas announces six new hires

Integrated agency Big Brand Ideas has appointed six new members of staff to work across its various teams following a number of new client wins.

Sachin Desai and Anna Nicholls join as senior account director and senior account manager respectively. They will be part of the agency’s client services team looking after all integrated accounts, including PR briefs.

It has also appointed former Rugby Players Association communications manager Patrick Giffney as PR outreach manager, with Tamsin Dyson hired as PR outreach executive. Ben Clay and Howard Reeves also join as PPC manager and senior creative artworker.

Jon Butler, managing director at Big Brand Ideas, said: “The team at Big Brand Ideas has grown significantly this year alone which reflects the demand of brands wanting to work with agencies offering an integrated approach.

He added: “We’ve recently set our five-year vision which focuses on using our bespoke Intelligent Engagement approach to deliver seamless, highly agile, efficient and effective results for clients. The new recruits join at an exciting time of new client wins and I’m looking forward to working with them to see the benefit their knowledge and experience will bring to our team.”

  • Pictured (l-r): Ben Clay, Sachin Desai, Howard Reeves, Anna Nicholls, Patrick Giffney and Tamsin Dyson
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