Two appointments at Workhouse

Ribchester-based creative agency Workhouse has appointed two new members to its team.

Jemma Redpath has joined the client services team as an account manager. She previously worked at BJL in Manchester, where she managed and developed client relationships on the Asda, Craghoppers and Pilkington Glass accounts.

Claire Whittle has returned to Workhouse as digital production lead. She most recently worked as a senior project manager and team lead at 10up, and holds 12 years of experience overall working with brands such as Nespresso, L’Oreal and Facebook. 

Martin Meadows, managing director at Workhouse, said: “It’s been a very positive year for us, not only financially but strategically. The pandemic has given us a real opportunity to focus and we now have a clear direction of travel.

“We’ll continue to invest in the very best skills and talent to realise our ambitions, so we’re excited to welcome both Claire and Jemma and can’t wait to see them help us deliver an unrivalled experience for our clients.”

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