Leeds Boutique media agency marks growth with three new team appointments

Integrated media communications agency, Boutique, has recruited three new members of staff to its online and offline teams in Leeds.

The expansion coincides with the company’s confirmation that it has been appointed to Costcutter Supermarkets Group and Coral Windows & Conservatories, among other recent client wins.

Joining from Principles Agency, Alex Clarkson joins Boutique as client services director.  She has previously worked across a range of integrated clients, predominantly in the tourism, health and retail sectors, and will play a key role in developing full-service communications strategies for new and existing clients.

Boosting its digital offering, Boutique has welcomed James Wood, formerly of MediaCom in Manchester, into the newly created role of head of digital delivery. Having worked on big brands including Hillary’s Blinds, DFS and Dreams, as well as travel, ecommerce and finance clients, he will be managing the digital team as it continues to expand its client portfolio.

Also new to the Leeds-based agency is Jamie Richards who has joined as SEO Executive to provide digital support across the board.

Nurtured from humble beginnings in the late 1980’s, Boutique is the antithesis of its corporate-centric counterparts. With a focus on building and maintaining strong relationships, the new additions have been hired to enhance its full-service offering.

Elliot Jones, digital director of Boutique said of the appointments: “We’ve been experience an exciting level of growth in the last year with some big name wins, so it’s a great time for us to add to the team.

“Alex, James and Jamie are testament to our recruitment process in that we only employ the most enthusiastic and creative minds. They’re quickly settling in and are very welcome additions to the office.”

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James Wood, Alex Clarkson and Jamie Richards

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