Access has strengthened its team with four new hires following a string of new business wins.
Matthew Carr, formerly at Clear Marketing, CTI digital and Shaping Business, has joined the Manchester agency as account manager and will work on the Stagecoach Bus and The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company accounts.
Bethany Holdsworth moves from Toyfight as a project manager, while Access has also created two new junior roles, with Adam Martin moving from Cube3 to take up the post of junior developer Adam Martin while April Powell, formerly of Driven, joins as a junior graphic designer.
Access, where headcount now totals 29, works with clients including WaterAid, National Grid, University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) and BAFTA.
Its web development arm is the only Acquia partner with Preferred Partner status in the North.
MD Simon Landi said: “Great ideas, whether written, visual or technical help Access deliver successful, research-rich and innovative campaigns for clients.
“As a business we have enjoyed strong year on year growth – with a highly successful last 12 months, securing new projects and five new client accounts. Our new team members and their skills sets will further strengthen our capabilities.”