MARKETING communications company, Multiply, has promoted Amanda Mungall to business development director in a response to an increase in the agency’s digital work.
Amanda joined the Edinburgh agency two years ago and was digital project team manager before taking on the new role. She was previously sales and sponsorship director with The List magazine.
Amanda said: “My task it to look at increasing business in all our disciplines but I will have a strong focus on the digital mix. We’re an integrated marketing agency with an established and experienced in-house digital team as part of our arsenal. It’s with this collective clout that we’re focused on delivering campaigns that offer a return on investment without compromising on creativity.”
Multiply director, Kate Fenton, said: “Amanda has very good experience of working on digital campaigns and that knowledge will be an asset to clients looking to engage us in a variety of campaign work.
“We embraced digital early on so it’s not a case of us bandwagon jumping. In giving Amanda this remit we are demonstrating how important we rate digital work as part of our wider marketing expertise.”
Multiply recently moved to a new headquarter in Palmerston Place, Edinburgh. The four storey Georgian building provides the agency with room for expansion and includes a cinema room and video production suite.
Note to Editors
Founded in 2003, Multiply is considered Scotland’s largest independently-owned marketing communications agency.
The agency work on a wide range of innovative campaigns for clients including Highland Spring, RBS, Standard Life, Huggies, Pilsner Urquell, Highland Park and The Macallan.
Multiply, 26 Palmerston Place, Edinburgh, EH12 5AL. Telephone: 0131 718 0550.
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