FreemanXP appoints client services manager from George P Johnson

Agency FreemanXP has appointed Jo Warne to the newly created position of senior client services manager in the UK.

Jo Warne joins FreemanXP
Jo Warne joins FreemanXP

Warne has joined FreemanXP from George P Johnson, where she was most recently employed as operations manager, overseeing the IBM UK account. Working at the agency for more than 15 years, Warne also liaised with brands such as Magento, Cisco, Hewlett Packard and Procter & Gamble.


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Reporting into operations director, Barratt Mistry, Warne will be responsible for managing the agency’s top EMEA clients, including global accounts.

Mistry said: "We are thrilled to have Jo join the FreemanXP team. She brings a unique skill set to the agency, having previously managed a team of strategy, creative, production, logistics and technology experts."

Warne added: "I am delighted to have come on board during such an exciting time, as FreemanXP continues to grow its presence throughout the region. I look forward to working with the agency’s existing portfolio of clients, as well as attracting new business to the rapidly expanding agency."

The news follows the announcement that the agency has moved offices, in line with its expansion plans. 

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