TRO expands team on back of Volvo and Nissan wins

Events agency TRO has expanded its team with five new appointments as a result of new business wins with brands including Volvo and Nissan.

oe Boaden, Martyn Scoates, Sarah Hosny, Reena Langotra and Antoine Soulard
oe Boaden, Martyn Scoates, Sarah Hosny, Reena Langotra and Antoine Soulard

Sarah Hosny has been appointed in the role of account manager. She comes from TRO’s office in Melbourne and will be working on upcoming projects for Nissan and Lucozade. 

Sophie Whitfield has joined TRO’s Vauxhall team in the newly created position of delegate executive.

Reena Longotra has joined TRO from Blue Skies Recruitment in the role of talent manager.

Joe Boaden has joined the design studio in TRO’s west London office as creative artworker, while Martyn Scoates has joined the design office in the role of junior 3D designer. Both will be responsible for a number of design briefs for the agency’s clients.

TRO has also placed Antoine Soulard, an intenational events management student from Regent’s University London, in the position of events team administrator until May.

The agency also announced that it has launched a new website to showcase its work.  

Sian Bates, client services director at TRO UK, said: "2015 has started off in a very positive way with new people and new projects to keep the agency busy throughout the year. We are proud to work with a wide range of leading brands around the world and we hope our new website will be an interesting destination for people to follow our journey of brand experiences as we deliver them."

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