Sophie Morford-Hargraves and Tim Cole
WOODBRIDGE-based creative agency Lexia Media has appointed two new account managers.The team has been boosted by Sophie Morford-Hargraves, formerly a researcher at BBC Radio Suffolk, and Tim Cole, who presented on SGRFM (now Heart Radio) for five years.
WOODBRIDGE-based creative agency Lexia Media has appointed two new account managers.
The team has been boosted by Sophie Morford-Hargraves, formerly a researcher at BBC Radio Suffolk, and Tim Cole, who presented on SGRFM (now Heart Radio) for five years.
Ms Morford-Hargraves, who has a background in creative PR, including running her own events business, said: “I'm thrilled to be part of an inspiring, innovative marketing company.”
After nearly a decade behind the mic, Mr Cole has returned to PR - where he started out after graduating from Southampton Solent University.
He said: “For a while now I've been looking for the right opportunity to return to PR and marketing and when the offer came from Lexia Media I couldn't wait to join such a progressive growing agency.”
Both the new account managers will be handling existing clients, with Ms Morford-Hargraves specialising in event management and Mr Cole exploring opportunities for new business alongside client servicing.
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“Having these two enthusiastic forward thinkers on board is a great bonus to our growing agency,” said director Deborah Watson.
“With their diverse backgrounds, knowledge of the local area and media contacts their arrival can only be good news for our existing and potential clients.”