We welcome David Crawford as our new Managing Director
We’re delighted to announce the appointment of a new Managing Director, David Crawford, a highly-respected Digital & Marketing specialist within the industry.
David has an enviable reputation in digital with a background which boasts leading the Digital Consultancy at McCann Erickson, heading up the Digital offering at BJL and working alongside brands such as Bentley, HSBC, UPS and American Airlines.
As such, we’re thrilled he’s come on-board at Branded3!
Aligning with our growth ambitions which have already seen us launch a London base this year, David’s appointment will strengthen the management team, with David primarily focusing on growing our Digital and Social Media offering.
With David’s strong marketing and digital strategy experience, he will also be spearheading our holistic digital approach for our clients, a methodology which sees the integration of our services to deliver results on all levels.
Branded3′s CEO Vin Chinnaraja had this to say about David:
“He’s a well-respected figure within the digital industry and I’ve no doubt that with his experience and skillset, he’ll help us deliver our ambitious growth plans.
“With this appointment and the opening of our London office last month, we’re certain that 2013 will be a fantastic year for the agency.”
Vin’s excitement is shared by David, who commented on his new role:
“I have known Branded3, Vin and Patrick for some time and have watched the business develop and expand on the back of a very compelling offering. We have a strong, shared belief regarding the future and potential of digital channels and I am, therefore, very excited about the role, the proposition and the opportunity.”
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