Experience12 expands team and moves to new Soho offices

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by Mark Johnson

Pop-culture marketing agency Experience12 has hired two new recruits to the production and account management departments as the firm moves into new offices on Greek Street in Soho.

The new additions to the Experience12 team come following the agency’s sustained growth throughout 2019. 

Daisy Startup joins the Account Management team as an Account Manager from Campus Group where her main clients were Jägermeister, innocent, Sailor Jerry & STA Travel. She’ll be reporting into MD and Founder Chris Whittle focusing on large scale activations.

Ryan Kwok joins as Event Producer from a client services role at MKTG where he worked across global brands including Pandora, Coca-Cola and Mondelez. 

Kwok will be reporting into Production Manager, Nick Parker, supporting across a range of accounts and growing into his new production role, the company said.

Commenting on her new role, Daisy Startup, said: “When you look at the campaigns that Experience12 work on, and the creativity they bring to every one of them, who wouldn't jump at the chance to join the team. 

“To top it off, the team here harbour a great ethos and culture, making it a truly desirable agency to work for.”

Kwok added: “I’ve always loved problem solving, so joining the production team was a natural next step for me. 

“I am looking forward to bringing my client management experience across big brands to the Experience12 team and applying my knowledge to new clients. It’s an exciting opportunity to learn and grow with the team.”

MD and Founder, Chris Whittle added: “The agency is having an exceptional year. I’m so proud of how we’re growing, the client work the team is delivering and the fact that we’re still managing to have fun along the way. 

“Moving into a larger office space is a real milestone for us as an agency and we look forward to welcoming Daisy and Ryan into the fold in true Experience12 style.”

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