Data insight firm JudgeService has expanded with the appointments in marketing, change management, customer services, development and account management.
Brogan Huntington and Toby Skinner have been promoted internally to marketing manager and client services manager respectively. Brogan will retain her responsibility for partnerships, having been with the business for two years. Toby has been with the business for more than five years, having originally started in the company’s research centre.
Kate Jenkins joins the business to oversee change projects, with more than ten years’ experience in the automotive industry. Waqar Ahmed joins the company as an app developer and Ashley Amos is a new account executive after eight years in retail and customer service roles.
JudgeService managing director Neil Addley said: “We’re really pleased to welcome both Waqar and Ashley to JudgeService. They bring a wealth of experience and expertise to our team which will help us to bring further benefits for our clients. It is also great to see existing colleagues grow with the business.
“This is a further boost to our business after a fantastic year of business growth which has seen us acquire more than 130 new clients and deliver new surveys and marketing tools to support their business aims.”
The appointments begin a year forecast for significant growth for Harrogate-based JudgeService, which uses data to provide insight for its clients into their customers’ behaviour. Using that insight, businesses can direct their efforts and spending to areas where they can most improve customer service and secure more sales.