Four new recruits for emc3

Notting Hill-based agency makes four hires in production, venue sourcing and marketing.

Left to right: Amelia Scholey, Dominic Murray, Sophie Richardson, and Imogen Darch
Left to right: Amelia Scholey, Dominic Murray, Sophie Richardson, and Imogen Darch

Agency emc3 has hired four new members of staff.

Imogen Darch has rejoined the agency as senior producer and venue relationship manager after leaving in 2014 to pursue a marketing role.

Sophie Richardson takes on the role of associate producer. In her previous role at a sporting network she worked on sporting events but wanted to develop her career in the events sector.

Dominic Murray used to work in the music industry managing talent, and now joins emc3 as talent and venue sourcing associate.

Amelia Scholey has been brought in as a marketing assistant to fulfill current needs within digital marketing and design. She has worked previously in business development and marketing roles.

"We’re really excited to welcome all of the new starters," said Alistair Graham, CEO of emc3. "Thanks to some large client wins around the world, emc3 now has 35 employees across our three global offices."

"We’ve invested heavily in our working culture over the last few years and it’s helped us attract and retain some of the best talent from around the world. We’re continuing to grow and expand into new markets and I can’t wait to see what the future has in store."

 

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