Two new senior hires for Sheffield agency

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by Rachael Hesno
Black Eye Project

Creative agency The Black Eye Project has appointed two new senior members of staff following a series of client wins. 

Andy Dunn (pictured, right) joins the Sheffield-based agency as Head of Client Services and Frankie De Giorgio (pictured, left) joins as Senior Designer. 

The agency has worked with a range of retail clients including Aldi to help the retailer create and update brands and packaging.  

Jim Lobley, co-founder of The Black Eye Project, said: “Securing contracts with retail clients including Aldi and Morrisons has enabled us to further realise our potential and add to our highly skilled team.”

He added: “Our turnover has recently tipped the £1 million mark placing us in the enviable position of being able to recruit the best upcoming young talent in the shape of Andy and Frankie.

Commenting on his new position, Andy Dunn said: “I’ve had my eye on the agency for several years. In the role of heading up our client services department, I can support Jim, Tom and the rest of the team to take The Black Eye Project to the next level. 

“By winning more new business and developing our proposition for existing clients, we can continue the current growth trajectory and create additional job opportunities.”

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