Saturday, May 30, 2020

14 new recruits, with 6 more jobs on offer after record breaking month at Hallam

Digital marketing agency Hallam has welcomed 14 new members to their team so far this year, and are currently recruiting for 6 new employees to meet the growing demand for their services.

Hallam had a record breaking month in July for new business sales totalling more than £300,000 in contract value, and including the management of a £3 million online advertising campaign for a national financial institution.

The highly experienced new recruits bring a range of digital marketing skills that are used to provide services to clients including Speedo, Suzuki, the United Nations, and British Gypsum.

Hallam has a reputation for employing the cream of the digital marketing crop and the new intake of 14 employees includes web designers and developers, graphic designers, owned media experts, paid advertising experts, digital strategists, and content marketers.

The six new roles on offer include an SEO Consultant, Digital PR & Outreach Specialist, Digital Account Manager, Social Media & Content Consultant, Front End Web Developer, and a Junior SysAdmin / Support Engineer.

Robyn Davies joins Hallam from Boots.com where she worked for 3 years as part of the ecommerce and digital content teams. Robyn comments “I’m excited to be working with such a dynamic and motivated team. I’m looking forward to getting stuck into developing content for our clients and bringing an element of storytelling to our digital marketing.”

Kavit Shah has relocated from London to work in Nottingham as the newest member of Hallam’s online advertising team. He formerly worked at one of the world’s largest media agencies, and hopes to develop his skills further. “I’m am looking to get a greater breadth and depth of consultancy skills at Hallam, and I’m want to contribute my knowledge and enthusiasm to making Hallam a well recognised UK national brand.”

Managing Director Stuart Ross is also one of Hallam’s recent recruits, and he observed “Hallam is an emerging force in the digital marketing scene. We have recently won the prestigious The Drum Grand Prix Agency of the Year award, and we are looking to recruit professionals who want to be part of our ambitious journey to be one of the UK’s leading digital marketing agencies.”

Hallam announced it’s third consecutive year of record growth, achieving 24% growth year on year.

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