DRP bolsters team with five new recruits

The agency's project management, video production and interactive media teams have grown

DRP Group: new recruits
DRP Group: new recruits

DRP Group has bolstered its team with the recruitment of five additional staff.

Sarah Longland and Kerry Buthee have joined the agency's 14-strong project management team with a remit to organise events for clients including Sainsbury's, Dyno and Thomas Cook.

The agency's video production team has been bolstered with the additions of video editor Paul Duncan, and production assistant Stephanie Frame.

And designer Kristofer Whitford has joined the interactive media division.

DRP Group managing director Dale Parmenter said: "If we are to successfully meet the needs of our growing client base in a manner that is consistent with our corporate philosophy then we must be prepared to expand our team similarly."

"We have had a fantastic year, hitting all our targets and winning ten major awards for our work and that doesn't happen without talented people."

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