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***Digital agency continues investment in strategic media offering with new appointment***
Wheel: Group, the digital communications agency has appointed Phillip Ludgate as Media Director.
Phillip joins from Brinc where he worked as Media Director. He was responsible for building the company’s relationships with high street brands, to offer tailor made solutions to target specific user groups.
Before Brinc, Phillip worked as a Director at McCann Erickson, previously to this Phillip was at Euro RSCG Circle where he worked with clients such as Zurich, BUPA, Peugeot, Anheuser Busch, Goldfish, and Orange. Phillip has over 8 years expertise in New Media spanning all disciplines, including advertising, direct marketing, sales promotion and digital marketing, with a focus on the integration of multi-channel communications. He has worked in a wide range of industries including automotive, FMCG, Financial Services, telecoms, B2B & B2C.
Philip Hunt, CEO of Wheel:Group commented: “Philip joins us at a time when more and more of our clients want to work with us to explore new ways of reaching customers online and he will add significantly to our capabilities in this area.”
Phillip Ludgate, speaking on his appointment, added: “I am thrilled to be given this opportunity to become Media Director at Wheel. I am looking forward to the challenges ahead and growing the business. Wheel has an amazing portfolio of clients and I am looking forward to working with them in new and innovative ways!”
Notes to Editors
About Wheel:Group (www.wheel.co.uk)
Wheel:Group is a leading digital communications agency. The company offers award-winning creativity combined with strategic marketing advice and practical implementation.
Published on: 12:00AM on 12th March 2004