MindWorks is celebrating its ongoing success with the recruitment of new people and internal promotions at the agency.
The past year has been a busy one for the employee-owned agency, with the launch of their Year of Inspiration, the creation of an Innovation Hub, and the introduction of dynamic new ways of internal training to promote leadership and feedback strategies for colleagues.
Newly appointed Senior Creative, Joe Munro, is an exciting hire for the agency. A talented artist in his own right (recognised by a number of awards, including a Moleskine Reportager bursary and a V&A award for illustration), Joe also has many years’ experience in creative design for a range of top public and private sector clients.
Beth Cave joins the agency as an Account Executive from a career in PR and events management. She brings particular tech-savvy expertise in maximising the potential of social media platforms.
Three MindWorks colleagues have also been promoted, with Cheryl Salmon achieving Senior Account Manager, Emma Galvin now Senior Graphic Designer and Bryony Cresswell now Operations & Print Supervisor.
MindWorks Managing Director, Michelle Leggatt, says, “We are thrilled to not only recognise the skills and loyalty of three of our key staff with well-deserved promotions, but to have recruited two excellent new colleagues to help keep MindWorks at the forefront of our industry.
“They all signal our commitment to long-term investment in talented, innovative people that feeds into our long-term strategy of delivering inspiring work for our clients.”