Fox Agency Enhances Integrated Services with Six New Recruits

7 months ago

The new hires are joining the team following a series of big client wins

A global B2B technology marketing specialist has made six new hires following a series of strategic client wins.

Fox Agency has welcomed the new people to the team to help continue to grow key services, including copywriting, creative and PR. They will also be helping to bolster the agency’s operational capabilities to deliver against increasing demand for its integrated offering.

The new hires bring years of experience from agencies including cain&abelDBB and Havas CX Helia, the new team members have worked with clients such as The Economist, WWF, Halifax, Audi and Visa. This brings Fox Agency’s total hires in FY23 to 15, bringing the agency’s total headcount to 60.

These six new team members are vital in ensuring we are positioned to adapt and evolve with the growing needs of global marketing teams

Ben Fox

The agency welcomes:

  • Tom Sulley as Senior Art Director
  • Richard Jefferson as Senior Conceptual Copywriter
  • Lucy Bristow as PR Director
  • Steve Crookes as Studio and Traffic Manager
  • Will Greaves as Project Manager
  • Leyton Williams as Finance Assistant

Ben Fox, CEO at Fox Agency said: “Integrated agency partners with extensive knowledge and expertise are critical in ensuring success in a time where CMOs are under increasing pressure to do more with less. These six new team members are vital in ensuring we are positioned to adapt and evolve with the growing needs of global marketing teams. Our new colleagues bring a wealth of experience from across the industry, and all contribute unique and valuable skills to the team.” 

The agency continues to grow, with further hires planned across motion, creative, PR, and operations before the end of 2023. An overview of all the live roles can be found here.

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