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Five new faces for Tangerine Group following a series of client wins

By Staff

17th February 2012

Category: PR

Following a number of high profile client wins including Peugeot, Tangerine PR’s consumer team and sister agency, Juice Digital, have appointed a further four members – two within each team. Tangerine Group has also hired Paul Brady, an in-house designer, who will work across the b2b, consumer and digital teams, taking the total number of employees at the company to 40.

Sophie McCartney joins the agency as a senior account manager from McCann Erikson Central. With more than seven years’ experience, she has a wealth of knowledge working on high profile accounts, predominately in the retail, insurance and luxury lifestyle sectors. Sophie will manage a wide range of retail and FMCG clients within the consumer team.

Account executive, Stephanie Jamieson, arrives at Tangerine fresh from an in-house PR and retail role at fashion label, Abercrombie & Fitch. With a specific focus on the company’s international store launches, she handled the opening of seven Hollister stores across Italy, Germany and the UK. Stephanie will work on a variety of the consumer team’s automotive, retail and food and drink clients.

Juice Digital sees Alistair Beech and Adam Fairclough join as online community managers. Both have more than three years’ experience working in the social media and digital arena – Alistair previously worked as a freelance consultant within the music, arts, entertainment and event sectors, while Adam joins from Transport for Manchester, where he held the position of communications manager.

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