Creativeworld are delighted to announce the double appointments of New Business Development Executive Dan Palmer and experienced Creative Designer Lorraine Tebbs.
Dan will join Team Creative after a two and a half year spell with leading UK phone network EE where he worked as Senior Sales Associate and will team up with our already strong sales, marketing and business development team, while Lorraine, formerly of Lancashire based Bright Blue Foods Ltd will join our growing studio team as Artworker.
As one of Lancashire’s best known creative agencies Creativeworld are always keen to grow and develop our already strong team of experts, ensuring we, as an agency, remain at the forefront of the design, marketing and digital media industry.
“The prospect of learning from an agency with such a rich product offering and 30 years of industry expertise really excites me.”
On the latest appointment Dan commented “I’m delighted to be join the team here at Creativeworld. My passion for design and my background working with new technology is what brought me here. Having recently relocated from Scotland, after 12 years, back to my hometown in Lancashire the prospect of learning from an agency with such a rich product offering and 30 years of industry expertise really excites me. I’m really looking forward to being a part of Team Creative in our future endeavors.”
The latest appointments are the first to be filled from a number of new roles recently created at Creativeworld as we look to add to our growing team of individuals, developing our specialist marketing offering in the North West, Scotland, the West Midlands and London in the process.
Creativeworld’s MD, Clive Wood added “Bringing the right people into any businesses or organisation is imperative to its future success and growth and the creative marketing industry is no exception. Here at Creativeworld it’s important to us that we employ individuals that not only bring with them our desired skill set and experience but offer a dedication and passion for their work to match and our latest recruits fit that mould perfectly.”