Pickled Egg hires new director

Pickled Egg has appointed Megan Pugh as its new marketing and operations director to work across the agency's portfolio of clients, which includes Kyocera and LG.

Pickled Egg hires new director
Pickled Egg hires new director

Pugh has joined events, promotions and performance agency Pickled Egg after almost five years at the Goodwood Estate Group, where she managed events and operations. 

In her role, Pugh will work with Pickled Egg's current clients, which includes Samsung, Vodafone, Kyocera, LG and Lexmark, while working on the agency's strategy for 2015 to target the automotive sector.

Pickled Egg managing director Ricky Knight said: "Megan’s big brand background makes her the perfect fit for Pickled Egg. She arrived with a reputation for verve and innovation and has already made her mark."

Last week Pickled Egg organised a classic car rally day for smartphone brand Nokia Lumia.

This Year, Pickled Egg hs also won accounts with Hewlett Packard and Huawei and also Schneider Electric and Extertis Micro P.

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