Strata brings in a dozen new recruits

Agency hires 12 people across all departments, including client services director Laura Awcock.

Client services director Laura Awcock
Client services director Laura Awcock

Strata Creative Communications has made 12 new additions to the agency across all departments, including client services, logistics, finance and operations. 

Laura Awcock joins in the role of client services director, dedicated to supporting the agency’s pharmaceutical business. Laura brings 11 years of industry experience from her time with Global Event Solutions, including her most recent position as operations director where she was responsible for a number of leading pharmaceutical clients.

The automotive client services teams are bolstered by Rhian Head, account project manager; Amy Pragnell, account executive; Lucy Burton, account executive and Sam Murphy, event officer, who is based in a client team. 

"Over the last six months the agency has been responding to the growing needs of our clients by investing in our talent base across all the different layers of expertise," said Simon Hambley, CEO of Strata. 

Other senior hires include Alison Franklin who heads up the event operations team, and Sarah Stanyer, senior project manager. Steve Dubois assumes the role of event operator helping the event support teams, bringing with him many years of automotive events experience. Jenny Warrick joins as finance administrator to support the finance team.

The agency also welcomed three new interns as part of its Event Management courses – Elizabeth Shirley, Libby Penny and Charlotte Bute.

Hambley added: "I’m delighted to welcome Laura, Rhian, Amy, Lucy, Sam, Alison, Sarah, Steve, Jenny and our three new interns – Elizabeth, Libby and Charlotte to the Strata family. We have an exciting future ahead."

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