Creative communications agency RBH has appointed James Brazier to the newly created role of head of business.

Mr Brazier has held a number of senior marketing and sales roles both agency and client side across Europe, including several years spent in Germany at

Prior to joining RBH, he worked for Birmingham agencies Clevercherry and WAA and The Ticket Factory, part of the NEC Group.

His previous experience includes work with brands such as 3M, Scotch-Brite, Wolseley and the Lawn Tennis Association.

Mr Brazier's appointment follows the formation of a new creative team at Meriden-based RBH.

He said: "I am delighted to join RBH. I was impressed by the new creative appointments and jumped at the chance to work for such an exciting agency with big ambitions.

"I am really looking forward to helping to grow the agency, knowing that there is a wealth of brilliant creative ideas for me to show prospective clients."

Commercial director Angel Gibbons said: "We are really pleased to welcome James to the RBH team and to further cement our ambitious growth plans.

"I am confident that his mix of agency and client side experience, combined with his passion for providing clients with the best possible marketing solutions for their objectives, will pave the way for some exciting new brand partnerships."