Parker and Freer to leave as Zibrant revamps senior team

Richard Parker and Jacqueline Freer will leave Zibrant as it restructures its senior team and appoints three new directors.

Managing director of Zibrant Fay Sharpe
Managing director of Zibrant Fay Sharpe

Parker, the current director of healthcare strategy, and Freer, who is the current head of client services, will shortly be leaving the company.

Alex James has been promoted to director of client engagement and will be responsible for the agency’s ongoing relationships with key accounts. He will also establish relationships with new client wins.

Jon Harrison has returned to Zibrant in the role of operations director, while Adam Morris has been taken on in the newly created role of commercial director.

Further promotions at the company include the appointments of Jo Beeson, Emma Hayward and Gemma Parkin to account director roles. Katie Duckett has been appointed as business development manager, while Sandra Collins has been appointed head of strategic communications.

Managing director of Zibrant, Fay Sharpe, said: "I'm delighted to have Alex in such a key role and also wish Jacquie and Richard success after their commitment to Zibrant. Our new brand alignment, coupled with a customer-centric structure and creative approach, is already paying dividends.

"It's the clients that sit at the heart of our business and our collaborative partnership approach enables us to fully understand their brand and strategies to deliver award-winning events, while challenging them with fresh creative boundaries."

More on Zibrant:

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