Creativeworld looking to the future
In this fragile economic climate we currently find ourselves, cut backs have been the trend of 2012. With tighter margins, and in many sectors a lack of business, it can be easy for companies to bury their head in the sand and simply hope to survive.At Creativeworld, a Lancashire based design agency, things are different. They have continued to break the mould by further embracing the very latest technologies and employing individuals with unique talents and attributes, ultimately enables their clients to benefit from the very best in full service creative marketing.
The award winning agency who this year celebrated their 30 year anniversary, have announced the appointments of two exciting new recruits in the shape of Natalie McGlynn and Jack Dyson. Both are in their early 20’s and bring to the table a strong business pedigree. It’s clear to see that Creativeworld are focussed on the futureCompany managing director Clive Wood said: “All companies need to look towards bringing in younger talent as they look to where they are heading in the future.”
Natalie, who started her career with Greyhound Ford back in 2006, spent the past 6 years working predominantly in admin and sales support, and has now been engaged as Simon Swindells’ (Partner) new PA.She said: “I’m really pleased to be joining the Creativeworld family and can’t wait to get started”.
Jack started his career with local design agency ‘A Made Hand’ and more recently worked for North West publication group Live Magazines as an account manager. With his knowledge of PR and marketing, Jack was invited to become the company’s new business development executive.“I’m thrilled to be joining such a well-established organisation and can’t wait to help drive the business forward in the near future,” said Jack. On the latest appointments Clive added: “The hurdle that many marketing companies fall at is that they are concentrating so much on their clients’ needs they often forget about their own. We have to apply the same principles to ourselves as we do to our customers in order to develop.”