Brands At Work expands team

Brands at Work, a London-based event communications agency, has recruited two members of staff to work on its growing portfolio of clients, including Prudential, Deloitte and Novartis.

Events agency Brands At Work has expanded its team
Events agency Brands At Work has expanded its team

Ella Newton has joined Brands at Work as an account executive and will be responsible for cultivating new and existing client relationships. She has previously worked at Jack Morton Worldwide and staffing agency KruLive.

Daniel Broadberry, whose experience includes working for Itch, will support the creative and production team.

Both will work across the agency's growing portfolio of clients, which includes Sage, Deloitte, Novartis, Alcon and Prudential.

Karen Kadin, founder and managing partner of Brands At Work, said: "We couldn’t be happier with the progress our London office is making. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the loyal clients who have supported our growth thus far.

"We’re eager to apply the talents, enthusiasm and experience of these new team members to help our existing and prospective clients engage their brand communities." 

 


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