Logistik expands team for BT and Asda accounts

Logistik Group has recruited three new members of staff to work on accounts with BT and Asda and to meet a growing demand for digital, film and consultancy services.

Logistik expands team for BT and Asda accounts
Logistik expands team for BT and Asda accounts

2013 has been a year of growth for the agency with several new business wins across their core sectors including digital, production and consultancy.

The new recruits join Logistik’s offices in both Leeds and London and bring with them a wealth of experience with a collective client list that previously included Virgin Atlantic, ITV, Standard Chartered Bank and Warburton’s.

Janine Hopkins joins Logistik Group as project director, having previously worked for the agency in a contractual role. Hopkins now leads a team of ten, with clients including BT and ASDA.

With steady growth across digital, film and consultancy, resulting in the agency’s investment in facilities in its Leeds office, Julie Goldup and Lucy Hammon have been appointed as senior project managers to deliver projects with this focus.

James Wilkins, joint managing director at Logistik Group, said: "We’ve spent the last twelve months really listening to our clients’ needs. Our response has included growing the Logistik team and investing in new facilities at our Leeds office.

"The expansion of the project team with three new recruits, coupled with the new facilities, reflects the company’s commitment to continual development."

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