Thursday, July 9, 2020

GoGo Marketing appoints new creative design manager

Leicester based marketing agency GoGo Marketing has appointed Katie Brewin as its new creative design manager.

Katie is an experienced graphic designer who worked for over eight years for Arsenal FC across a number of design related projects including the production of the matchday programme. Prior to joining GoGo, she was creative services manager at spottydog communications, a Birmingham based communications agency. She is a graduate of the Norwich University of the Arts.

At GoGo she will work with existing graphic designer Michael Webster to respond to an increased demand for creative design solutions across both digital and print from across the agency’s portfolio of clients.

Speaking about the new appointment Andy Cameron-Smith, Managing Director at GoGo Marketing, said: “I am delighted to welcome Katie to the team here at GoGo. She brings with her a great deal of design experience and expertise which will add value and benefit to both our existing client base and new clients we take on. Good design helps to tell a compelling story and Katie will supplement our existing capability to deliver creative design solutions that make an impact for our clients.”

Katie Brewin, creative design manager at GoGo Marketing, adds: “My focus in this new role is to use my design experience and knowledge to help our clients communicate and display their business messaging in a clear and informative manner. I have always been passionate about design and believe in its ability to move and inspire people. I am really looking forward to taking up my new responsibilities at GoGo and working with its portfolio of clients.”

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