Experience12 hires new account manager and event producer

Experience12 builds on a year of growth with new team members and an office move to Greek Street in Soho.

Experience12, the pop culture marketing agency, has appointed two new hires and moved to new Greek Streey offices in Soho to house the growing team.

Daisy Startup joins as an account manager from Campus Group where her clients were Jägermeister, innocent, Sailor Jerry & STA Travel. Daisy will be reporting into MD and founder Chris Whittle focusing on large scale activations. 

Ryan Kwok joins as event producer from a client services role at MKTG where he worked across global brands including Pandora, Coca-Cola and Mondelez. Ryan will be reporting into production manager Nick Parker supporting across a range of accounts and growing into his new production role. 

MD and founder, Chris Whittle, said: "Moving into a larger office space is a real milestone for us as an agency and we look forward to welcoming Daisy and Ryan into the fold in true Experience12 style."

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