Sainsbury's work beckons for staff in DRP Group expansion

DRP Group is planning to add nine roles across its project management, technical services, digital media and video divisions.

DRP Group to add nine positions
DRP Group to add nine positions

Sainsbury’s, Thomas Cook, Chiltern Railways and British Land will be among clients that new team members will work with.

British Land is a new client for the agency, and has tasked DRP with running a team-building event next month.

DRP Group’s project management team will add a senior project manager/conference producer, while its technical services team will expand by six.

Roles are also being created in the digital media and video teams and the expansion will increase DRP’s staff numbers to 83 from 74.

New staff will be based in the agency’s Midlands headquarters, at Hartlebury, with plans to expand operations in London in 2011.

DRP Group managing director Dale Parmenter said: "Our continued focus on developing our brand, expanding the work we do with all our clients and attracting new business to the group has seen us take on 16 new starters already this year. In order to continue to grow at our current rate, the creation of new jobs is vital."

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