Brands at Work hires key account director

Natalie Allen joins London-based agency to manage and develop some of its key clients, such as Domino's and Prudential.

Natalie Allen has been hired as a key account director by Brands at Work.

Allen brings a wealth of industry experience and was part of this year's C&IT A-List.

She has 15 years of experience in the events industry, the last 11 of which were spent at Small Planet, working across a wide spectrum of client accounts.

Brands at Work's global commercial director, Rupert Lane, said: "Natalie has a very strong background and a proven track record of cultivating strong client relationships in the corporate events sector. This will be of huge benefit in developing even deeper relationships and levels of understanding with our existing and future client base.

"She has enthusiasm and passion and will be a great asset to our team and to our clients as we further expand the agency over the coming years." 

Allen will work with Lane, developing existing clients like Domino’s, Prudential, Deloitte and Biogen.

"Brands at Work’s growth over the past eight years has been amazing," said Allen.

"Their plans for future growth, coupled with the level of creativity displayed by the team make this a very dynamic environment and an exciting agency to be part of."

Brands At Work won this year's C&IT Award for Agency of the Year.

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