Newcastle agency, Ramarketing, has expanded its presence in Manchester, with a new PR Manager and Digital Content Manager.
Eleanor Harms has taken up the PR role, having spent a year as Account Manager at Influential. Prior to that she was at Beattie Group and Tangerine.
Amy Hirst, who has been at theEword since 2016 has been named Digital Content Manager.
The company, which specialises in pharmaceutical and life sciences has also announced that Business Development Manager, Yasmin Davoodi, will be moving from Newcastle to Manchester, to support its growth.
“The last 18 months have been really exciting for ramarketing as we’ve launched our first US office and started to build our team in the North West,” said Emma Banks, Managing Director of ramarketing’s UK and European operations.
“With a thriving life sciences sector and a vibrant creative community, Manchester has been the ideal location for our second UK office and we are committed to continuing to invest in the region.
“In addition to the positions we have already filled, we have an immediate need for experienced PR professionals in Manchester to help us meet our ambitious growth plans.”