BD Network expands creative team
Wednesday September 2, 2015 at 10:17am
Independent integrated marketing agency BD Network has bolstered its creative department with a number of new appointments. Jolyon Grose (pictured) re-joins the agency as Head of Copy. He was previously responsible for working on a number of pitches including Coca-Cola, InBev and Nintendo. Grose brings with him over 19 years of experience within the industry, from both client and agency. Louise Taylor joins BD’s expanding creative department as a copywriter. She previous worked at The Marketing Store on clients including McDonald’s, New Look and Carlsberg. Other creative hires include Stephen Plaster as Art Director and Candice Bender, Meera Taank and Jennifer Oliver who join as designers. The appointments follow a number of new business wins for the agency in recent months including the latest promotion for Fly Cadbury Air and its appointment as lead activation agency for InBev brand Corona. Lee Barber, Director, BD Network, says: “Investment in our creative department follows a number of successful new client wins for BD Network. We’re delighted that we’re able to attract first class talent from within the industry that allows us to further strengthen our award winning creative offering. ” Established in 1990, BD Network is now the UK’s largest independent creative agency. Clients include Arla Foods, Virgin Media, Capri-Sun, EJ Gallo, Whyte & Mackay, Peugeot, Coca-Cola, Swarovski, Nintendo, Nestea, AB-InBev, Vue, Cadbury, British Sugar and Unilever.