Simply Better promotes three and aims for £3m turnover

Events agency Simply Better has promoted three staff members as part of its growth plans to achieve £3m turnover in 2015.

  Simply Better director, Rob Woodhead
Simply Better director, Rob Woodhead

The agency has promoted former senior project manager Floss Clifford-Loynes to the role of creative lead, while project managers Tom Baines and Katie Ramsden have become account managers.

Simply Better, which has a latest reported turnover of £2.2m, is aiming to grow its turnover to £3m this calendar year.

Simply Better director, Rob Woodhead, said: "Floss, Tom and Katie fully deserve these promotions. Their experience and creativity enables them to fully engage with clients and deliver memorable events that achieve their communication needs."

Earlier this month the Yorkshire-based agency announced that electronics specialist Maplin had re-appointed it to deliver its annual staff conference. Other clients for the agency include Skipton Building Society and Provident Financial.

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Maplin appoints Simply Better for annual staff conference

Simply Better appoints Janine Hopkins as account director

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