FreemanXP appoints operations manager EMEA

Agency FreemanXP has hired Amelia Lowe in the role of operations manager EMEA.

Amelia Lowe and Barratt Mistry
Amelia Lowe and Barratt Mistry

In her new role, Lowe will be reporting to Barratt Mistry, operations director EMEA, She will be providing operational support to Mistry’s team and delivering a number of projects including the upcoming drupa print show. 

Lowe joins FreemanXP from IVORY Worldwide where she was account manager and event producer, looking after the Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc. accounts. Prior to working at IVORY, Lowe was producer for Jack Morton Worldwide for six years, delivering brand experiences for clients including Samsung, SWIFT and the British Council.

Mistry also joined FreemanXP recently, in September 2015. He joined from FCB Inferno, where he was production director working on BMW, Microsoft and Nokia. 

"FreemanXP EMEA is ramping up its operations on the back of a number of new business wins," said Mistry. "Amelia will be supporting the team as we deliver some high-profile European work for EFI and drupa at the drupa print show in Dusseldorf in May-June 2016.

"She will also be supporting the business development team as we look to convert a number of exciting opportunities in the pipeline. Amelia’s experience working with some of the world’s leading brands will be a great asset to the team and EMEA business."

 "I’m delighted to join FreemanXP at such an exciting time for the business in the EMEA region," added Lowe. "The agency’s vision for experience design complements my own and I’m looking forward to bringing my skills and desire for operational excellence to life in this creative, and entrepreneurial environment."

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