Deeper Blue appoints communications producer

Agency Deeper Blue has appointed a communications producer as the company looks to increase investment in digital solutions.

Henry Kay
Henry Kay

Henry Kay joins from CitNOW Video where he was a client services account manager. He brings with him experience in technology for the automotive industry around video and other digital solutions. He spent the early stages of his career producing interactive response systems for events across all sectors from pharmaceutical to banking to IT and automotive.

Speaking about his new role Kay said: "I want to use my passion and experience to bring fresh and exciting ideas to Deeper Blue’s clients and internally too. I’m really excited about the current and upcoming programmes and the disruptive and fresh-thinking strategies that are at the core of everything that we produce. The work that we do here brings real change, improvement and sustained engagement which gives a real sense of satisfaction."

Laurence Croneen, founding director added: "We have a growing need for innovative digital solutions and a genuine understanding of how the automotive network works. Henry brings both of these capabilities into the agency and we are looking forward to Henry’s forward thinking."

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