Sunday, September 19, 2021

Tank storms ahead with new appointments

East Midlands PR agency Tank has bolstered its offering with two new appointments.

Located in the Lace Market in Nottingham, Tank provides PR, digital PR and social media services to a number of household names including national house builder Miller Homes, Carphone Warehouse and Pall-Ex, owned by Dragons’ Den’s Hilary Devey.

To handle a raft of new client wins this year, the firm has expanded its team with two new account executives, Scott Giles and Morgan Brooks.

Giles joins the team after several years’ experience working in tech PR, supporting numerous international clients with specialist press communications and events including the Mobile World Congress.

He said: “I’m really pleased to have joined Tank.

“It’s an agency that’s been on my radar for a long time now and I can’t wait to get stuck into work on some amazing clients.

“It’s also really exciting to be part of such a vibrant, progressive and forward thinking team that is so passionate about the industry”.

Morgan Brooks, a recent politics graduate from the University of Nottingham with over a year’s experience in PR, impressed the agency with his knowledge of social media, writing skills and enthusiasm for the sector.

As well as the new appointments, Tank has also promoted several of its staff, with Claire Reynolds progressing to senior account manager, Fiona Moore becoming an account manager and James Watkins stepping into a senior account executive role.

Managing director and founder Trevor Palmer said: “Tank is in a position of real strength at the moment. Our digital side is in constant demand which, coupled with our PR expertise, means we have a powerful offering unlike many competitors.

“Working with business coaches and our non-executive directors at High Growth, we’ve been able to achieve sustainable but rapid growth within the last few years.

“This expansion is a real testament to the strength of our team and we’re all happy to welcome both Morgan and Scott to the group”.

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