FreemanXP welcomes three new hires

Agency boosts its client services team with the addition of Leanne Ash, Caroline Duck and Laura Howell.

Leanne Ash, Caroline Duck and Laura Howell
Leanne Ash, Caroline Duck and Laura Howell

FreemanXP has expanded its client services team by taking on Leanne Ash as senior client services manager, Caroline Duck as client services manager and Laura Howell as client services coordinator. 

Before FreemanXP, Ash worked at Westfield UK, where she project managed everything from fashion shows to PR stunts and music events. Ash has also worked at agencies including Pulse Group, Momentum UK, Pretty Green and iD Experiential.

Duck was most recently employed as creative producer at independent production house SLX, and worked as an account manager before that. She has worked on events including private dinners, conferences, exhibitions and immersive experiences, and brings industry experience ranging from creative to production to the role.

Howell joins from Imagination, where she worked for five years. She offers a strong background in the logistics side of events, and is equally passionate about the production aspect of the industry.

The new hires will report in to Pip Fann, director of client services at FreemanXP in EMEA, who said: "Leanne, Caroline and Laura complement one another and the wider agency perfectly, and I look forward to supporting them as they transition into their new roles."

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