Lorna Hopkins

Head of Client Services

As Head of Client Services at Mobas, Lorna leads our talented team of account managers and planners. A hands-on professional, she expertly couples leading and developing her team with her own portfolio of clients. 
Lorna’s passion for creativity and innovation, first ignited during her time at IBM, has come to the fore at Mobas where she delivers and supports large-scale brand transformation projects and supports on highly complex and integrated campaigns. 

Lorna’s commitment to professional development has resulted in her developing a comprehensive CPD programme for the Mobas team, while her unwavering commitment to clients saw her recognised in the B2B 30 under 30 list. 

With over a decade’s experience spanning both in-house and agency roles, Lorna joined Mobas in 2014 and swiftly moved up through the agency to her current position which sees her sit on the agency’s Commercial Team as a client champion. 

What makes a Mobee?

I think you know when a Mobee is in the room. There’s a real energy about our business; we question, we learn and we really support our clients and each other for the best outcome. Lorna Hopkins, Head of Client Services
There should be a genuineness about a Mobee. A Mobee is open and honest and a good communicator. They should also recognise everyone else’s skillsets. Clive Weatherley, Head of Copy
Always coming in with fresh ideas and wanting to help change things and improve processes and never settling. Carl Banks, Digital Marketing Manager
Being open-minded, being accepting and understanding of others. Being integrated and not siloed. Opening yourself to help wherever even if it’s not in your job description. There’s a lot of friendliness and a lot of kindness at Mobas. Oh, and a good sense of humour! Yasmin Brown, Account Manager / Digital Project Manager
Being a Mobee is about being yourself; having confidence in your convictions and understanding that your creative ideas, unique skills and honest opinions are valuable to every other person in the room. We are all equal. Jay Evans, Head of PR