Digital marketing agency Extreme Creations has made a trio of appointments to enhance services in line with client demand.
The Harrogate-based agency has welcomed Elaine Gallagher, Rachel Scott and Andrew Taylor across its PPC, Design and Development teams respectively, taking the headcount to 31.
Elaine joins from a role as an Agency Growth Strategist with Google, while Rachel joins as a Junior Designer after completing her Graphic Design and Communications degree and a year in similar agency environments. Andrew brings more than a decade of expertise to the business and will be working as a Senior Developer on a range of projects, spanning multiple sectors.
The team’s expansion comes on the back of several major project wins and the increase in output for existing client relationships. These include a new remit to handle the digital marketing brief for Nisa’s charity Making a Difference Locally and a contract to manage the digital output for luxury-holiday home business Shorewood Leisure.
Extreme is a fully-integrated digital marketing team which has delivered creative insight to local, national and international brands including the NHS, Lansinoh and Silver Cross.
PPC Analyst Elaine Gallagher said:
I am really enjoying the opportunity to build on what I learnt with Google, working for a well recognised agency, on some really great clients and projects. I hope to continue to grow my PPC knowledge and experience across digital so that clients benefit from the use of the latest technology to achieve their goals.
Antony Prince, MD of Extreme Creations added:
We are really excited to be in a position to grow the team. Our new client wins and the increase in demand within existing relationships means we are consistently on the look-out for exceptional talent that can help us maintain the high standards we have set for project delivery.
All of our newest team members bring relevant, diverse experience to the team, further strengthening our position as a full-service, creative marketing agency for our wealth of clients in this region and increasingly, beyond.