Brandfuel appoints five new staff to client services team

Creative agency Brandfuel has taken on two producers and three project coordinators.

Clockwise from top left: Ishta Nyakoojo, Clemence Roze, Roxy Kaye, Laura Mills
Clockwise from top left: Ishta Nyakoojo, Clemence Roze, Roxy Kaye, Laura Mills

The company says the staff expansion means it will be able to offer a more dedicated approach to roles such as creative and logistics.

The new employees are:  

Roxy Kaye: An established event producer who has worked at Aspect for the past three years, alongside clients such as Amcor, BP, CenturyLink, Nutricia and State Street

Ishta Nyakoojo: An experienced producer who has worked with Jack Morton, Pulse Group and most recently Xcite. She has also worked with a variety of clients such as Nokia, HSBC, Maserati, Toyota, Porsche and Samsung.

Laura Mills: Project coordinator, having recently graduated from Bournemouth University with a degree in Events Management. Laura spent her undergraduate placement year at Crown Business Communications, and worked on a variety of events with clients such as Citroen, Peugeot, Sony and SABMiller.

Vanessa Page: Project coordinator, with a strong focus on the design and aesthetics of events, using her creative arts background. Having worked for Bespoke Events London for the past few years, Vanessa has looked after clients such as LinkedIn, Thomas Cook Group and Discovery Networks among others.

Clemence Roze: Project coordinator, with a strong background as a logistics coordinator.  She has worked at Smyle, supporting a team range of events including gala dinners, conferences and live events.

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