New Joint MD following management reshuffle at Code Computerlove
Code Computerlove has made a number of senior changes, including adding a new joint Managing Director.
It comes as Louis Georgiou takes a more active role in the Manchester agency’s parent company, MediaCom North, and focuses on new consultancy services.
His joint MD will be Rob Jones, who has been at the agency for more than 13 years and was previously its Client Services Director.
“To have the opportunity to work alongside Louis to lead Code into its next phase of growth is incredibly exciting and I look forward to delivering a refreshed focus on the development and delivery of digital products supported by such an exceptional team,” said Jones.
“We have the capability and vision to make real our ambition to be the partner of choice for digital products and services businesses, that will enhance our reputation as one of the best, and most fun, digital product studios to work with in the UK.”
Other senior changes include Gemma Handley, who’s been promoted to Commercial Director, while Claire Kerley has moved up to Delivery Director.
“The role of our studio has evolved in recent years to meet the fast-changing needs of client partners. Not only do ambitious businesses come to us for the design and engineering of better digital experiences, but increasingly for coaching and consultancy where we support tech leaders with organisational change, agile transformation processes and helping them to create a culture that optimises effectiveness,” explained Georgiou.
“Rob is highly experienced in helping clients to achieve their digital ambitions and has been an invaluable member of the senior leadership team engendering our continued growth. It will be a pleasure to continue to work alongside him in his new role.
“While 2020 was challenging for all, it has put our services front and centre for many businesses looking to accelerate the value we can achieve from their digital experiences and to operate with agility and speed. We’re in a great position to drive growth for Code this year and to continue to build on the successful changes we’ve implemented as a result of the pandemic. “