Award-winning Warrington PR, social media and content marketing agency No Brainer has bolstered its ranks with three new appointments as it targets further growth in 2018.
The firm has picked up several new contracts already this year and hopes to build on its recent success with a trio of new starters including an account manager, account executive and an office manager.
Michelle Turner, 33, joins the team with more than ten-years’ experience in the industry having previously led the PR and Marketing team at video games publisher Ripstone. She takes up the position of account manager at the agency and will work across a range of B2B and B2C accounts.
Emily Craig has switched to the Cheshire firm having spent two years working in a similar role at a Manchester-based agency. The 22-year-old from Warrington has a range of sector experience and will strengthen the agency’s PR and social media offering, working in an account executive role.
And Melissa Phillips, 36, has joined the business as an office manager. Her previous roles include administration and project management with firms such as Iris Worldwide, the British Council and HCD Economics.
No Brainer was founded by Gary Jenkins and Lee Cullen in 2015. It was crowned ‘New Agency of the Year’ at last year’s PRmoment North Awards and won the Silver award for ‘Outstanding Small Public Relations Consultancy’ at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) North West PRide Awards.
Among a raft of industry awards, the agency has also won the Public Relations and Communications Association’s (PRCA) ‘Stunt of the Year’ award; Director, Lee Cullen picked up Cheshire’s ‘Young Business Person of the Year’ at last year’s Cheshire Business Awards and Director, Gary Jenkins took home ‘Warrington’s Business Man of the Year’ at this year’s Warrington Business Awards.