Movers and Shakers: Promotion for designer at Itineris
SAM BURROWS, a designer at Ipswich-based digital marketing agency Itineris, has been promoted to the role of senior designer after a series of successes including the development of a new brand for its email marketing product little green plane, an increase in project management and dedication to the role.
In addition to Sam’s promotion, itineris has recently hired an additional three employees and has won a raft of new web projects including the Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence, Trading4Good, TLM Trading, the Royal Air Force Museum and the Essex and Herts Air Ambulance.
Tim Butcher, managing director at itineris, said: “Last year we celebrated our tenth anniversary with a landmark 5,000th web project. Despite reports of economic uncertainty, our agency is going from strength to strength. Sam’s promotion was well-deserved and an indicator of our continued success.”
Established in 2001, Itineris offers its own software platforms including little green plane for email marketing, i.content for website content management and i.meet for online event systems as well as interactive web tools to help businesses marketing their companies in the digital space.
Sam Burrows added: “It is great to be rewarded for my hard work and commitment with my new promotion. Itineris has an excellent track record of retaining its staff; a continuity that really benefits our clients.”
: : ROB OLDER has joined recruitment consultancy Cooper Lomaz as a consultant, to expand and strengthen the company’s existing supply chain team. Rob is joining a well-established recruitment agency with offices in Bury St Edmund’s, Norwich and Lowestoft, with an excellent twenty-year track record in sourcing the best candidates for senior posts, and over 25 specialist consultants. Cooper Lomaz offers an unrivalled range of recruitment services throughout East Anglia.
Rob brings with him four years’ experience with a leading high street recruiter, dealing with a wide range of industries and skill sets.
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Jane Lovell from Cooper Lomaz comments on Rob’s appointment, saying: “Rob’s qualities - an ability to build strong and lasting relationships with both clients and candidates, his attention to detail and his track record of being an outstanding team player, make him an ideal member of our Supply Chain team. Cooper Lomaz has built up an impressive reputation for quality recruitment across eight different sectors; Supply Chain is one of them. Rob’s skills will add depth and dimension to this team.”
: : JASON WRIGHT, site manager for housebuilder Charles Church’s Latitude development in Ipswich, has been awarded a prestigious NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Award.
The NHBC (National House-Building Council) Pride in the Job Quality Award identifies the unique role of site managers in the construction of new homes from start to finish and who influence the overall quality of the finished product.
Andrew Fuller, managing director of Charles Church Anglia, said: “A Pride in the Job Award is the highest industry accolade a site manager can receive.
“At Charles Church, we demand the very highest standards of quality and service for customers, and Jason’s contribution is a superb example of this philosophy.
“We are very proud that one of our team has had his outstanding professionalism rewarded with this national recognition and eagerly await the NHBC’s awards luncheon in September to find out if Jason also receives a Seal of Excellence Award.”
Jason said: “It was a pleasant surprise to find out about the award, but the company is very proactive in its approach to Pride in the Job. From the top down, we have the right mind-set to push for the highest standards achievable.
“The Latitude development set us new challenges every day, because it is so unusual in terms of design issues and high customer expectation. However, we are passionate about what we do and we upped our game. I think the Pride in the Job Quality Award recognises this.”
: : JAMES TYE, SEAN COOPER AND DAN WELSH have together formed three&me graphic design studio, the latest addition to the creative industry in Ipswich.
The University Campus Suffolk graduates have proven they have a viable business able to compete with local studios, proving branding, print, promotion, video and website services.
three&me has worked with a range of clients, including UCS, the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds and most recently the newly-branded Thomas Gainsborough School in Great Cornard, and have a number of other exciting new projects underway.