Jask Creative grows and restructures team following recent raft of client wins

From (Left to Right – Raymond Tsang, Mark Griffiths, Rachel Fletcher, Chloe Myles, Kristiana Briede, Kristen Voisey)

Solihull marketing agency boosts headcount and is on course for a 20% increase in turnover for 2017.

Birmingham and Solihull full service marketing agency Jask Creative has secured work with a host of major fims this year, paving the way for four new employees to join the team.

Wins include a feature Christmas look book project with Europe’s biggest single price discount retailer Poundland, art direction for the UK’s largest retirement home builder McCarthy & Stone, and multidisciplinary work for Solihull-based luxury housebuilder Piper Homes.

The project wins also follow on from substantial growth for Jask in the legal sector. Leading Birmingham-based firms St Philips, St Ives and IP specialists Barker Brettell have instructed Jask with redesigning their websites, while London firms Arden, Red Lion and 3PB Barristers are also on Jask’s client roster for digital marketing projects.
To fulfil the projects, Jask has been on the growth trail and since the turn of the year four new faces have joined, while company restructuring has also happened to support existing departments.

Experienced digital marketers Kristiana Briede and Mark Griffiths join as Digital Project Manager and Web Developer respectively. Supporting the office side is Chloe Myles, Print and Planning Administrator, and Raymond Tsang joins as a Data Executive.

Meanwhile, Rachel Fletcher moves from administration into an account management role, and long-standing designer Kristen Voisey has been promoted to Creative Manager.

“Our ethos at Jask is to always be better each day for ourselves and for our clients, and I believe this has paid dividends with our continued growth in clients, turnover and personnel,” said Stuart Jordan, Managing Director of Jask. “Our headcount has now doubled in the short space of four years, while we have added more than £1m turnover over the same period.

“We are predicting a 20% growth in turnover this year, so naturally, our team also had to grow to support this. By expanding our team again this year, we are bringing in even more expertise to the agency, and our restructuring is helping develop our processes and efficiencies to enable us to even better serve our clients.”