mmadigital’s expansion gathers pace with hire of creative duo

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3 September 2013


Manchester’s full service digital agency, mmadigital (MMA) has appointed two new members to its creative team as instructions from the legal sector continue to increase.

Gavin Hoffman and Joe Wilcox join mmadigital as Senior Digital Creatives to help with the rapid increase in work mmadigital has been instructed to carry out for law firms across the country recently.

Gavin joins mmadigital from one of the UK’s largest web and seo companies, Creare Group where he was a senior team leader. He holds the CIM Professional Diploma in Marketing. Digital Media graduate Joe, started his career also with Creare before moving to Midlands agency Kaweb where he was lead web designer.

Dez Derry, CEO of mmadigital, says: “As our business grows it is vital that we make senior and experienced hires to meet the demands of our expanding and diverse client base. Not only do Gavin and Joe bring dual design and development skills, Gavin has a solid track record in large project management and Joe’s mobile experience is second to none. I am sure they will both play an important role in our continued growth and in our clients’ success.”

Law firms looking to ensure they make the most of their digital marketing to drive new business can contact mmadigital via www.mmadigital.co.uk.

For further information, please contact:

Dez Derry, CEO of mmadigital: 07738 231 832 dez@mmadigital.co.uk

Paul Hutchinson, Black Letter PR: 020 8736 0442 paul.hutchinson@blackletterpr.co.uk

 



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