Mediamaker expands client services team in London

Nottingham agency Mediamaker has invested in a London-based client services team for events with the appointments of Simon Brown and Nick Hamilton.

Mediamaker has invested in a London-based client services team for events
Mediamaker has invested in a London-based client services team for events

The addition of a client services team based in London is intended to enhance the agency’s ability to provide corporate events and conference services across the UK. Mediamaker first opened its London offices in Hatton Garden in August 2014. 

Hamilton, who previously worked at agencies including The MotivAction Group and Logistik (now VISTA), joins the client services team in the role of client director.

Brown, who spent 13 years with The MotivAction Group in the role of account director, has joined Mediamaker’s new client services team to work on new business development.

Mediamaker’s MD Alison Glaves said: "As the world around us changes for the better, this is a great time for us to be evolving and shaping our future. Our new client services team will be strengthening the long-standing ethic of our customer service strategy and evolving our approach by putting the customer needs at the heart of every decision we make. We are a strong team with huge capabilities so this is a very exciting time, not just for us, but for customers who recognise the benefits of strategic partnerships."

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