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New appointments and promotions at Fox Agency

B2B marketing specialist Fox Agency has made two new appointments to assist with an increase in client projects and new business wins.

Alice Gilbert joins from The Sharp Agency where she was Account Director for the past eight years, working with clients including OVO Energy and Cambrex Pharmaceuticals. Alice will be responsible for Fox Agency clients such as Mabey, Brother, Fellowes, Bearing Point and more.

Hannah Syers joins as senior account manager and brings a raft of relevant B2B client experience having held senior client-facing roles at Pure Agency and KVH Media Group. At Fox Agency, she will be working with clients including Jet, TOTAL, Euro Car Parts and TMD Friction.

The agency has also promoted head of design Paul Blandford to the role of creative director, Nat Noble to senior operations manager, and Lloyd Preston to account manager.

Al Fox, director at Fox Agency, said: “After a stellar year for the agency, which has seen us win a raft of new clients and increase project work from existing accounts, we are on track to achieve our revenue target of £2.25m.

“Vital to our success is our people. Both Alice and Hannah bring considerable agency experience and are professional, pragmatic and creative in their pursuit of delivering excellent client results.

“Meanwhile, we have also recognised the outstanding work and dedication from Paul, Nat and Lloyd, who have all gone above and beyond to deliver greatness for our clients, and rightfully deserve their promotions.”

Fox Agency works globally with some of the biggest B2B brands across industry markets including engineering, technology, automotive, finance and professional services. Fox Agency’s services include integrated campaigns, advertising and activation, websites, digital and apps, PR, search and social, research, strategy and brand development.


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