Monday, May 10, 2021

WatchPilot appoints head of creative

Ecommerce watch specialist, WatchPilot, has expanded its Nottingham head office, welcoming Nicolas Hawke as head of creative.

Nicolas brings more than 25 years of creative experience to the role and previously spent 12 years at Time Products, where he was creative manager.

Nicolas said: “At WatchPilot, I create, plan and deliver a strategic vision for the business, ensuring that we produce engaging and inspiring content for the web, and social media. I’m involved in planning and creating attention-grabbing campaigns that help to guide the customer journey.

“The great thing about this role is that every day is different; one day, I can be creating content for a social media campaign and, the next day, I could be art directing a studio film shoot. Throughout all our content, I ensure that brand guidelines are always followed which helps to build and maintain a strong brand.

“At WatchPilot, it’s exciting to be part of something new. I love working with WatchPilot’s founders, Tim and Akbar, as their enthusiasm and passion for watches is at the heart of the business, and it is fantastic to be part of it.”

Tim Harrison, co-founder and director at WatchPilot, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to have Nicolas on board. Nicolas brings with him a wealth of experience and we can already see the benefits that creating this new in-house position will garner to the expansion of the WatchPilot brand.”

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