Marketing and incentives teams grow at Penguins

Maisie Tomlinson, Ami Dorking and Alex Rule have all joined incentives specialist Penguins in a variety of roles.

(L-R) Maisie Tomlinson, Alex Rule and Ami Dorking
(L-R) Maisie Tomlinson, Alex Rule and Ami Dorking

Agency Penguins has bolstered its marketing and incentives teams, with Maisie Tomlinson joining as a marketing executive, Ami Dorking as an incentive project manager, and Alex Rule as a technical warehouse apprentice.

Tomlinson will support marketing manager Anthony Kelly, in executing the marketing strategy and developing marketing campaigns.

Dorking will focus on the creation and organisation of unique and exciting incentive programmes, for a variety of Penguins clients.

"It’s such a great achievement to be able to transfer my core skills and expertise to an agency like Penguins," said Dorking. "I’m really excited for the journey ahead."

Mark Buist, managing director of Penguins, commented; "We are ecstatic to welcome three new team members here at Penguins. As we continue to grow and develop our clientele, it’s so important that we have people who are passionate and willing to go the extra mile to ensure we fulfil the demand of events & incentives."

The agency has also welcomed Chloe Sweeting, as part of her university placement, as an incentives coordinator. Chloe is currently studying a BA Hons in event management at Bournemouth University.

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