Yorkshire-based digital marketing agency Extreme is ending the year on a high with four new year hires.
The appointments come on the back of a surge on new enquiries, apparently flying in the face of the general national economic slowdown.
Account Manager Eliza Carroll and Delivery Executive Josh Parker are set to boost the client services team, while Rob Curtis joins as a senior digital designer and Rebecca Bailey as PPC executive.
New hire Caroll, who was previously serving in an executive role in the education marketing sector, said: “I chose to move to Extreme, because it is clearly a forward thinking and people-focused agency. There is a great mix of clients and projects, with expert teams driving each area.”
James Brunyard, client services director at Extreme, added: “We’re already really looking forward to 2023 and our great new hires are testament to the fact that post-pandemic recovery continues, even with the current climate. Brands are ready to invest in their marketing again and we’re in the perfect position to help.”
The Extreme team works with diverse clients on both B2B and B2C accounts. Its clients include Numatic International – home of the Henry vacuum, The Billington Group, Alcotraz Prison Cocktail experience and many more.