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York agency expands workforce with six new appointments

A digital marketing agency in York has appointed six new members to its team as it expands its service offering across the region.

Tailor-Made Media, based at York Science Park, has added members to its strategic, creative and communications team after a series of local, national and international client wins and extensions.

Gemma Leggett, who initially joined the team as a freelance designer at the start of lockdown, has been appointed as design manager to manage the delivery of content across the company’s client base.

Beki Coverdale has taken on the role of designer while Ruby Hooper, a graduate of Manchester Metropolitan University, will act as a junior graphic designer. Olivia Firth and Adam Spence join the company as digital marketing executives, tasked with creating sophisticated marketing strategies for clients.

Finally, Susan Risker has been appointed as operations and finance executive, bringing with her extensive experience of the hospitality, finance and education sectors.

Samantha Ware, Tailor-Made Media’s founder and CEO, said: “There’s no denying that the last six months have been challenging. However, we have worked closely with our clients, old and new, to retool their strategies and help them survive and thrive during lockdown.

“In doing so, we’ve attracted significant new business from brands that desire our agile, strategic approach, along with our ability to use digital channels and technology to increase brand awareness and drive leads. This, in turn, has helped us to grow our business and create new employment opportunities.

“Despite remote working since March, with limited return to the office from September, I believe we have the strongest, most connected Tailor-Made Media team to date. We couldn’t be happier with how well our new team members have settled in and enhanced our skill set.”

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