Fitch Live recruits Morrish as project director

Fitch Live has appointed Ursula Morrish as project director and board member.

Morrish, who spent eight years with design agency Imagination brings more than 20 years of industry experience to Fitch Live, where she will work to strengthen relationships with major clients such as Visa and HP.

Her role will focus on handling existing clients, growing new business and developing an integrated experiential offering between Fitch Live and its sister agency, Fitch.

Morrish's previous clients have included local and national government, Diageo, Sony Ericsson, RBS and Barclays.

Fitch Live managing director Paul Cowan said: "Ursula's appointment is a significant one because not only will it offer further strategic support for our rapidly increasing and broadening client roster, but her vast experience across multiple creative disciplines means she is ideally placed to develop the powerful integration of experiential into the broader Fitch offer."

Last week, Fitch Live announced a string of business wins including pharmaceutical giant Bayer and technology specialist Cisco Systems.

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