Preston animation firm appoints ten

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Viddyoze has announced 10 new hires, as it seeks to reach 200k customers by the end of the year.

The platform allows people to create and use their own video animation and is now being used in “250,000 monthly clips worldwide.”

The new recruits include Content Manager, Narinder Purba, who was previously Managing Editor of Melt Digital and Mediablaze Group in the cpital.

“I’ve spent most of my career in London but as soon as I met the guys at Viddyoze I knew I wanted to be part of such an ambitious and exciting company,” he said.

“Great content comes down to great storytelling and Viddyoze’s story is compelling. It’s an exciting time and everyone is so friendly."

The firm has also brought in Katy Morris from World Fuel Services, as Head of Customer Support and Experience.

The new arrivals mean Viddyoze’s total workforce now numbers 52.

“We have an ambitious growth trajectory which is why it’s so important to strengthen our team, especially in middle management positions,” explained co-founder David Chamberlain.

“The first five years have been amazing for Viddyoze but we all believe the best is yet to come. Our new enterprise solution will open up new markets to us and the new members of our team bring a wealth of experience with them.”