MCI invests in talent with hires across the company

Agency makes hires across the board at its London and Petersfield offices to fuel long-term growth.

Tom Cowan joins MCI UK’s management team as director of client services after spending the last six years as co-founder and managing director of Bamboo Creative, a communication consultancy.

Having worked on accounts like Mitsubishi Motors, Warner Brothers, Microsoft, and Gilead, he brings with him an understanding of creative brand innovation, experience design and delivery to drive business results.

Cowan said: "Being approached to come on board and contribute to the refreshing and ambitious vision of the group was a real honour and I look forward to contributing to their ongoing growth and success.

Frances Hulme joins as strategic marketing and communication manager to grow MCI Experience brand marketing and client portfolio in London. Hulme formerly managed the marketing of six events brands and the PR communications for the Concerto Group.

MCI UK’s Associations team has enhanced its digital scope with the appointment of James Trott, who joins as web developer. Harriet Toole has been appointed as  PCO project assistant and Caitlin Gregory has been hired as corporate project assistant.

MD of MCI Experience Kim Myhre said: "These are exciting times for MCI and MCI Experience in the UK. Our mission is to create transformational and engaging brand experiences.  

"We continue to add new talent with a diverse range of skills and expertise, which allow us to offer our clients innovative, breakthrough approaches to experience design and delivery."

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