BBJ&K appoints Ben Emerton as Client Services Director

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London and Birmingham based independent media planning and buying agency, BBJ&K, has appointed Ben Emerton as Client Services Director. 

Emerton, who has over 15 years’ media industry experience, joins from the NEC Group where he was Head of Media Sales, overseeing brands such as The Ticket Factory, Amadeus, NEC Group International and Amplify, and responsible for setting and implementing strategy, brand building and establishing media opportunities in a highly competitive marketplace. 

Prior to this, his career experience includes Primesight where he was a director managing key brands and Clear Channel where he planned and implemented media campaigns to deliver key metrics across a variety of clients.

Emma Baxter, Managing Director, BBJ&K, said: “Ben’s track record, media experience, knowledge and contacts are second to none and we are delighted to have him on board.

“We have ambitious growth plans for the agency and are continually developing media and audience solutions for our clients. 

“Attracting someone of Ben’s ability into the business is a great endorsement of our strategy and vision.”

commenting on his appointment Emerton said: “I’m excited to be joining one of the UK’s fastest growing media agencies. BBJ&K has momentum and I’m ready for the challenge and looking forward to the opportunity to build on BBJ&K’s recent successes.”

BBJ&K was founded by John Keane (Media Strategy Director) and Emma Baxter (Managing Director) in 2016. 

Since the company’s formation it has built its next generation media agency business upon a fully transparent media investment model, centred around a commercially ethical ethos.

Independent, with offices in Birmingham and London, BBJ&K operates its client media planning and buying on a global basis providing full-service media planning and buying services working across all media channels in a wide range of sectors.

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