High Peak (Glossop)-based integrated marketing agency, FIG, has expanded its client services team as it continues to grow its national portfolio of business-to-business clients.
Account manager Nikita Murray joins the full-service agency from Cheshire telecommunications firm, Chess, where she was responsible for communications, PR and social media. She previously spent four years as communications officer for Derbyshire Constabulary.
Nikita assumes responsibility for managing a selection of FIG’s retained trade and consumer clients, ranging from Stockport-based packaging manufacturer Glossop Cartons and Shropshire professional hygiene and wiping products manufacturer Northwood Hygiene Products, to Buxton’s historic Devonshire Dome venue.
Said FIG’s managing director, Helen Duncan: “FIG has recently added to its portfolio several new retained Marketing Partners, including Derbyshire firms Kelsa Trucks – a truck lighting and accessory manufacturer – and labelling consultant LabelsPlus, along with Cheshire-based international lottery and retail point of sale solutions manufacturer, Fastrak.
“As well as expanding the capacity of FIG’s account management team to handle our growing number of clients, Nikita further enhances our digital marketing offer, bringing with her considerable social media expertise.
“She has already proved herself to be a true “Figster”, combining strong experience with sincerity and a real passion for using marketing to achieve tangible results.”
FIG’s latest appointment brings its in-house creative, digital and PR team to 17. Winner of the 2017 Chartered Institute of Marketing northern agency prize and the 2016 large agency award, FIG is ranked among Prolific North magazine’s top PR agencies (2017), and has particular expertise in the manufacturing, industrial and technology sectors.
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