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Date: 20/12/2017

Local Worcestershire based creative agency drp has expanded its Communications team at the head office 212 studios

In Hartlebury, with four new starters. Annaliese Stanton and Adam Strand both join as Account Managers, Lucy Thompson as a Content Executive, and Laura Ciancimino starts her role as a Comms Account Executive.
Annaliese Stanton has been working in marketing and communications roles for the past ten years, with particular experience in the education sector across the West Midlands. Her new role as Account Manager will focus on drp’s account with Capita as they launch a new project at the start of 2018. Also starting his role as an Account Manager is Adam Strand, who has ten years of account manager experience, and he will be taking care of a range of projects within the comms team.
  As Content Executive, Lucy Thompson will be supporting the comms team with written content across several projects and accounts. Lucy has previously worked as a Reporter for the Express and Star newspaper in Wolverhampton. Prior to this, she freelanced for the Nottingham Post during her degree at Nottingham Trent University. Laura Ciancimino originally started at drp in the events team, and is now embarking on a role in the comms team as a Comms Account Executive, supporting a range of projects in the team.
Julie Davison, Director of Communications at drp, commented, “It’s great to see the team delivering such fantastic projects for our clients. From the demand of the work that is coming in we’ve needed to expand the team and bring on extra resources to help in the delivery. Whilst bringing on people who are experts in the sectors we are working within. Looking at 2018 its promising to be a busy year for our comms team.”

drp has seen significant growth across all divisions during 2017, with total team members standing at 226. There is expected be continued growth into the new year.