Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Agency expands headcount following contract wins

Nottingham agency, The Tonic Communications, has bolstered its headcount after securing a number of contracts wins in the healthcare sector.

The agency has home health test service, Medichecks, translation brand Papillon, and Connect Health, a provider of community musculoskeletal (MSK) physiotherapy services, to its growing client list.

Following the contract wins, the agency – which also has an office in Newcastle – has filled five roles and internal promotions within the team.

James Dixon has been appointed as Head of Digital, while Simon Redfern, Fay Clarkson, Sophie Gordon and Katie Moss have also been welcomed to the agency’s Lace Market base within the last few months.

North East-based consultant Michelle Oliver, previously Senior Account Manager, has been appointed to the newly-created position of PR and Marketing Manager. Meanwhile Helen Cummings has been promoted from Senior PR Account Executive to PR Account Manager.

“We’ve recently completed a review of our agency and took the bold decision to support the kind of businesses that we are genuinely passionate about, and that’s ethical, like-minded brands who are working to affect positive change in the world, through healthcare and wellbeing initiatives, green transport solutions and responsible retail and leisure,” said co-founder and Director, Kelly Marshall-Hill.

“Thanks to recent growth, we have bolstered our team and we are now perfectly resourced to help effectively support our new clients while continuing to provide a comprehensive service that our existing clients recognise us for.”

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