Leading UK brand, events and incentives agency, FMI, has strengthened its team following a period of new client growth.
The Buckingham-based agency, which employs 16 people at its office in Chilton, has added Account Manager, Sophie Robinson to its ranks. Sophie will support the account teams in the day-to-day management of key clients, including Huawei, Kubota and Aqualisa.
29-year-old Sophie joins the team after working with Jaguar Land Rover and Tesco Media and is keen to further boost the agency’s technology and communication roster.
Charlie Seaton-Reid has joined the agency’s business development arm and will be responsible for prospecting, alongside work on strategic new business opportunities. Charlie, 25, has previously worked in marketing for Kia Motors UK and his role is set to bolster the agency’s automotive offering, which currently includes Mazda and Inchcape.
Meanwhile, student Amy Mak, will take up a year’s internship at FMI, before undertaking an event management course at University. Amy, who is keen to develop a deeper understanding of the industry before starting a degree will support across the agency’s full offering, including events management, marketing and channel incentives.
“We’re delighted to have Sophie, Charlie and Amy join us in such an exciting period of growth for our business,” said Clare Bingham, FMI’s Engagement & Operations Director.
“We’ve had some incredible success over the past year, with 6 new clients on-boarding alone, and we’re keen to keep that momentum moving forward. These new hires will be key to helping us to deliver a range of exciting new projects for our clients, as well as supporting our growth into new markets.”
"Weve had some incredible success over the past year, with 6 new clients on-boarding alone, and were keen to keep that momentum moving forward."
Clare Bingham, Engagement and Operations Director
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