Davies, who has worked as a show and sound technician at drp for six years, is moving to the creative team to broaden his skills in production.
Drp sets £19m turnover target for 2017
In his new position, he will be supporting the producers' team across a wide range of new and existing drp clients on a variety of events, as well as working on his own projects. Speaking about the new role, he said: "Within my time at drp, I have been fortunate enough to work as a trusted senior technician on key drp projects across the globe. During my time at drp I have built strong relationships with clients, and being able to ultise these relationships is a great start as an assistant producer. I am looking forward to the new challenges my role will bring."
The agency now has 181 specialist professionals in three different UK offices. The expansion is expected to grow organically during 2017, seeing further growth in all areas of the business.
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