2LK grows UK and US teams with two hires

Senior account manager and client services manager join Farnham and San Francisco offices.

Agency 2LK has hired Tom Cowan as senior account manager and client services manager in the UK. 

Cowan is based at 2LK’s UK head office in Farnham, Surrey, where he will build on the agency’s expertise in the financial services sector with existing and new clients. He joins from MCI Group, where he was director of client services.

Andy Sexton, 2LK’s partner and creative director, said: "Having worked with global brands such as BMW, HSBC, Google, Mitsubishi and Quiksilver, Tom is perfectly placed to help us maintain exceptional client servicing during a period of remarkable growth.

"He has also previously set up and managed his own successful design agency, so brings a wealth of creative industry experience, strategic insights and entrepreneurial spirit to 2LK." 

The agency’s San Francisco Bay Area office has also appointed a new client services manager, Holly Abey. Abey will work with existing Silicon Valley clients and support the US-based team in developing new client relationships.

Sexton said: "Holly’s background in advertising and media production is a fantastic fit with 2LK’s approach, where we weave multiple design disciplines and digital technology into our work." 

2LK had a record turnover last year and this year celebrates its 25th anniversary.

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