Local Bardwell-based marketing agency Toolbox Group has made several further additions to the company’s team this year due to a huge growth in business in the UK and Europe and their recent expansion into the US.
The boutique agency has welcomed a total of nine new members of staff to their UK head office.
Due to an increase in larger, complex contracts spanning several countries, a new project management team has been created with experienced ERP and web manager Marta Dyer-Smith as head and Kyle Halls as junior project manager.
Reflecting the general growth of technology and digital marketing products, and increased work with new data protection legislation GDPR, the digital team has been joined by Dan Calver (junior mobile developer), Shikha Singla (iOS developer) and Devon Ray (PHP developer).
The marketing services team has welcomed Ellie Pimbley, as account executive and Danielle Ribbon as content executive.
Ellie joins Toolbox from Chestnut Group and Danielle, a former Miss Suffolk, brings her social media expertise to the team.
Finally, a larger team needs more support so the company has welcomed Louise Hiller as
executive assistant and Eloise Swaffer as office manager.
Michelle Buxton, group managing director, said: “We’re really excited to welcome all new staff to support our expanding business such as nationwide contracts with British Land, international clients such as Unibail-Rodamco – Europe’s largest listed real estate company – and flagship projects such as Manchester Arndale Centre. Our local customers Arc Shopping Centre and Castle Mall in Norwich are equally as important and by growing the team this will help bring new expertise to these key clients.”
Michelle added: “Most of our staff have local roots whether they have studied, lived or worked in the area, which is a testament to Suffolk’s home grown talent and something we are very proud of.”
Toolbox Group has also recently been nominated for four key industry awards, the Purple Apples, an accolade to their level of expertise in the marketing world.