Mobas has strengthened its team with three new senior appointments following another strong quarter of business growth.
The new roles include a Senior Account Manager, a Social Media Account Manager and a PR Account Manager.
Emily Hutson joins the Client Services team as a Senior Account Manager, having worked in London for the past three years in a client relations and digital role. Emily has worked with a number of high-profile brands including Ferrier Pearce Creative Group, Nuffield Health, Crest Nicholson and New Holland and Wates Group.
In her new role, Emily will be leading on key accounts including the global healthcare provider MSD.
Carl Banks joins Mobas as Social Media Account Manager with a wealth of social media expertise over the past six years. Carl worked for Cornwall’s pre-eminent radio station Pirate FM, in social media, website and graphics. Most recently he worked for Argyll Entertainment, delivering social media campaigns for two betting firms and at Cambridge-based Jagex.
As Social Media Account Manager, Carl will be creating and scheduling content across a variety of B2B and B2C clients.
Finally, but by no means least, Leah Stewart joins Mobas as PR Account Manager, bringing invaluable business to business knowledge, gained over the past seven years. Her experience includes working for East Communications in Norwich and at ThoughtSpark in London whose clients included Regus and Hafele.
In her new role, Leah will be leading on a number of Mobas’ PR clients including Reynaers, Anglia Ruskin University and ILUX.
Robin Bryant, Joint Managing Director for Mobas, comments: “I’m delighted to welcome such amazing, talented individuals to Mobas Group. They all bring with them a wealth of experience and share our passion for developing and transforming brands. Their contribution will strengthen our existing offering profoundly and enable Mobas to continue to grow with its clients and with our new additions we will enter 2020 going from strength to strength.”