Roland Dransfield has added four new recruits to its staff roster and moved into brand new offices to house its growing team.
After landing six new accounts over the summer, the Manchester based communications agency has added three new members to its accounts team and recruited a new finance/office manager.
The account team has welcomed new additions Martha Moore, 24, who has joined the agency as an account exec from Pop Marketing at Savills; Sam Dyson, 22, who joins as a junior account executive; and Alicia Verrando, 24, who has joined as an account executive from AS Monaco FC.
The fourth new recruit is new office finance manager Aino Raittinen, 32, who has joined the team from Property developers Beech Holdings.
On top of the recruitment drive, the agency has also promoted one of its established staff members - account manager Maria Murphy, 28 - to senior account manager.
The recruitment drive comes on the back of continued growth for the agency, following a year of new account wins and just over a year after it launched its new consumer division.
The agency has also just moved into a new home to accommodate its growing staff roster. Leaving its former base at Old Granada Studios after three years, the agency’s new HQ is located inside the stunning Bonded Warehouse building, based at the centre of Allied London’s St John’s development.
Lisa Morton, Roland Dransfield’s founder and MD, said: “We’ve had a great 12 months and the hard work of the entire team has seen deserved growth in both B2B and B2C sectors for the agency.
“As we’ve won new accounts, and the agency is continuing to be invited to pitch for new business, we have needed to recruit further. We’ve been very careful about choosing our new recruits – they all bring very different qualities to the agency and we’ve taken our time to make sure each of the new hires fits with our cross-sector growth strategy.
“The new agency office inside Bonded Warehouse now affords us even more room to grow our numbers in an inspiring office space right in the heart of one of Manchester’s most exciting new business districts.”