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Innesco grows again

Innesco is thrilled to announce the appointment of three new members of staff with, Euan Blake as Account Director joining the senior management team, Jo Hooper Senior Account Manager and Merete Svendsen Account Executive.

Euan Blake, Account Director

For the last 4 years, Euan has been servicing private clients including leading Irish developer McAleer & Rushe working on the W Hotel Leicester Square and Jury’s Inns hotels along with the architect Liam O’Connor. Previously a PR Manager covering EMEA at Jones Lang LaSalle his career has seen him work with agencies including Blue Rubicon, Weber Shandwick, McCann Erickson and events agency Imagination. With over a decade of commercial experience, in-house and agency working for some of the biggest names in property, Euan strengthens our client management team. 

Jo Hooper, Senior Account Manager

Jo has worked with big retail brands, property companies and local authorities and comes with experience of working with agency Rain Communications managing B2B and B2C communications for London’s West End retail district and McArthurGlen Designer Outlets. She most recently managed Westminster City Council’s media and marketing activity for the Olympic Games.

Merete Svendsen, Account Executive

Merete joins us as a recent BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism graduate from Bournemouth University, she brings with her excellent media knowledge, having worked with the BBC, Daily Mail Online, London Evening Standard, Metro, Yahoo!, MSN and Virgin Media.

Dan Innes commented ‘We are delighted that the business is going strength to strength in 2012, and adding an additional three members of staff in our third year of business is a great achievement.  The recruitment drive follows on from the growth of the business and in response of recent business wins. The new recruits are apart of an ongoing strategy to strengthen the agency at all levels. We look forward to the remainder of 2012 and what 2013 will hold for the business.

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