No Brainer celebrates trio of new hires and a flurry of promotions
Cheshire based PR, social media and content marketing agency, No Brainer, has bolstered its team with three new hires.
The additional team members take the four-year-old agency to 11 strong, meaning No Brainer has more than doubled in size within the last year.
Rebecca Sweeney joins as an Account Manager, whilst Will Catterall and Helen Lang have both become Account Executives at the agency.
Rebecca, 26, joins from Rumpus PR in Altrincham, where she focused on its build environment client portfolio. Her experience lies in B2B PR and content writing, with Rebecca now working with some of the agency’s corporate accounts including Optionis and Imagile Professional Services Limited.
Helen, 24, joined the agency after working at Liverpool-based Boxed Off Communications, where she worked on consumer PR campaigns, whilst Will, 21, has strengthened the agency’s B2B offering, joining from Outwrite PR in Mold, North Wales.
Five existing members of the No Brainer team have also been promoted, reinforcing the agency’s commitment to nurturing talent within. Lauren Pritchard has now joined the senior leadership team after being promoted to Account Director.
Supporting this, Michelle Turner has been promoted to Senior Account Manager, Hannah Jones has become Account Manager and Emily Craig has moved to become Senior Account Executive.
Melissa Philips has also taken on additional responsibilities as the agency’s new Operations and Projects Manager. Melissa will manage the company’s upcoming expansion plans, alongside project-based client work.
Director, Lee Cullen, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Rebecca, Helen and Will to our team, as they each bring something unique and special to the agency.
“The last year for No Brainer has been incredible. The team has doubled in size and we have a growing team of hungry, talented communications professionals. We’ve also made some well-deserved promotions and welcomed a range of new clients from different sectors and areas of the UK.”