Leeds agency Pure Creative Marketing has hired five new staff in response to a spate of new business wins and increased demand from existing clients.
Journalism graduate Jake Cunliffe joins Pure’s PR division – which launched in October last year – as a senior account executive, after two years at communications agency Local Dialogue.
Fellow journalism graduate Liam Southwell, who recently completed an internship at Approach PR, joins him as PR account executive.
Charlotte Jackson takes up the role of account executive in Pure’s marketing department, having spent three years as a creative manager at men’s clothing company Joseph Turner.
Finally, Adam Fraser and Dave Jones join as designers. Fraser previously worked at Media21A and Route 1 Games, while Jones was at Commence Marketing.
Gary Dooley, director of Pure Creative Marketing, said: “Thanks to a flurry of new business wins and growing demand from our existing clients, we’ve been able to employ a host of new recruits to facilitate our various departments, including our recently launched PR division, which has gone from strength to strength.
“We’re expanding at an impressive rate and these new appointments will help to achieve our ambitious growth plans.”
Established in 1998, Pure’s clients include Joseph Turner, Silver Cross, Mintex, Lindam and Lansinoh.