A fantastic four new recruits for Leeds agency

The new recruits at ilk.
The new recruits at ilk.
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Leeds-based agency ilk has strengthened its digital offering with four new appointments.

Gary Greenall and Melissa Saunders join the company as creative account director and creative account executive respectively.

Also on board are Adam Gibbons as web developer and Rebecca Farnsworth as PR account executive.

Nev Ridley, ilk’s managing director, said: “Digital is integrated into absolutely everything we do – but developing this offering isn’t just about employing people with techy minds that can facilitate digital campaigns, it’s about employing teams of people with different talents.

“Whether these lie in traditional comms or specific digital intel and insight, the beauty of offering different services is that everything can intrinsically link together to deliver tangible results for our clients.

“These appointments are testament to our ongoing commitment to really drive digital change and develop a more holistic way of working. Our new recruits are already helping to further strengthen our integrated offering.”

Based at Leeds Dock, ilk specialises in strategy, branding, video, digital, design, PR and social.

The Yorkshire Evening Post recently launched its Digital City platform in partnership with Sky Betting & Gaming.

The platform is designed to highlight the giant strides being made by a sector that boasts around 3,000 organisations in Leeds.

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