A rapidly expanding digital agency has taken on six new staff in six weeks and has promoted two senior managers.
Award winning digital agency Fifteen, based in Ilkeston, now has 31 members of staff. The latest recruits to join the team are Jacqueline Smith, senior digital marketing executive from West Bridgford, Alice Hooper, an account manager from West Bridgford, Holly Law, a producer from West Bridgford, Andrew Whitehead, a senior creative from Mansfield Woodhouse, Jake Rabjohns, a web developer from Stapleford and Martyn Locker, a web developer from Derby.
The team changes have also seen Matt Davies promoted to creative director. Matt joined the company from Nottingham based Attitude design which was acquired by Fifteen last year.
Julie Cannon, from Ilkeston, joined the company in November as finance manager and has now been promoted to finance director. She said: “I was really overwhelmed with the promotion. I didn’t expect it so soon. I really like working for Fifteen and Ollie’s take on staff well-being. I look forward to growing with the business and taking on roles for the company in my position.”
Prior to working for Fifteen Julie worked for a catering disposable company for 15 years where she rose through the ranks from accounts to a management role. During her time there the company grew from eight to 42 staff and a turnover of less than a million to £6 million by the time she left.
She said: “I’m looking forward to achieving that growth again and being successful.”
The latest addition to the team is web developer Jake Robjohns, 26, from Stapleford, who joined Fifteen at the start of June. He said: “I have only been here a week but everyone seems very friendly and it is clearly a great company to work for.”