TBA expands team by five

Agency TBA has expanded its team with five new recruits, including a business development director and a finance director.

TBA expands team by five
TBA expands team by five

Alex Beiner has joined the company as business development director from creative agency Fold7, while Amy Lavington has joined as account director from independent advertising agency 101, where she worked with brands such as Costa, Avios, Kettle Chips and Innocent.

The agency has also appointed Matt Lawson as finance director, Sophie Reidas as junior producer and Hannah Coleman as project coordinator. Lawson joins from Incisive Media Group and will head up TBA’s commercial team, while Reid’s last post was with Banks Sadler as project manager across GSK, Rolls-Royce and Hyundai. Coleman joins from WRG’s London office, having worked across the Royal Dutch Shell account.

Commenting on the appointments, Mark Spragg, managing director, said: "Matt, Alex, Amy, Sophie and Hannah are all outstanding new additions to our team. We went to market looking for specific skills, expertise and personalities to fit our growing organisation – and I’m delighted to say we got them. Each brings a unique ability to the TBA team and I look forward to helping all five flourish during what I know will be a successful time in their careers."

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