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Three new recruits join Allotts despite some of the challenges currently being experienced across the UK economy. PR and marketing agency Allotts has continued to expand during 2022, recruiting an account manager, additional PR executive and a marketing assistant to take part in managing several new account wins.
New account wins have come into double figures across the course of the year, including both UK-based and international companies from the Engineering, Manufacturing and IT Sectors,
reflecting and expanding upon the mainstay of Allotts’ specialised B2B services.
Working out of the company’s Yorkshire offices, Allotts’ new recruit Emily Evans joins as an account manager with extensive experience of handling blue-chip clients. She said: “I’m thrilled to be part of the Allotts team. Despite these challenging times the company is going from strength to strength. I love the can-do philosophy that helps clients get the best results.”
Beth Hamby joins Allotts as PR executive, bringing with her significant skills and experience in SEO, social media and websites, having previously worked in the engineering sector. A keen hockey player, in her spare time Beth plays for a local ladies’ squad and is delighted to be joining the winning team at Allotts. She commented: “I’m enjoying getting stuck into my new role at Allotts, playing my part in the ongoing success of the business and I’m looking forward to all the future holds.”
Josie Bridson, meanwhile, has joined Allotts as a marketing assistant and is also feeling enthusiastic about bringing her unique skillset to the team. Also based at Allotts’ Northern office, she added: “I’m very happy to be here. Allotts is a vibrant and growing company, and this appointment presents a great opportunity for me to further my career.”
As the nation grapples with some economic turbulence caused by the Ukraine war, Allotts’ winning formula has resulted in a steady stream of new clients taking on the benefits of working with a full-service agency rather than employing staff direct, with further employment opportunities at Allotts in the pipeline as the business continues to flourish.
Director Carol Rees concluded: “I’m so pleased to be welcoming Emily, Beth and Josie to Allotts and I’m confident that they will make valuable contributions to the continuing success of the agency. Despite the challenges both at home and abroad, we continue to invest in all aspects of the business to deliver effective and fully integrated PR and marketing campaigns, which are enabling our clients to continue winning new work in multiple market sectors.”