PR and marketing agency Gough Bailey Wright has added three new faces to its Worcestershire team.
The additions follow a series of clients wins including supporting Rioja Developments and Development Securities in their bid to build a new 130-unit designer outlet village near Cannock.
The digital marketing team welcomes Jason James who has joined as account executive and will focus on search and display advertising, social media advertising and web analytics.
Media and journalism graduate Georgina Curtis-Iddiols is the newest member of the firm's specialist public and community affairs department which assists developers with consultations, political liaison and community engagement in planning and construction.
Making up the trio of new recruits is creative artworker David Rowberry who brings 11 years of experience which he has gained in design studios and in-house roles.
His focus will be on consumer and trade advertising campaigns, corporate branding and the development of marketing materials.
Sue Bailey, managing director of the Bromsgrove-based firm, said: "The agency has grown significantly and our expanding client base is testament to the quality of our work and industry reputation.
"The recruitment of high calibre employees is therefore very important and we are delighted to welcome Jason, Georgina and David to the team."
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