CJAM Group, the award-winning Marketing and Association Management agency based in Colchester, has increased its team by four following a successful 2016 with twelve new client wins.
The four new appointments further strengthen CJAM Group’s offering of bespoke, customer-focused business support, management and marketing solutions to national and local clients.
Sarah Gale, Communications Account Director, has 30 years’ experience of journalism, PR and marcomms across a broad range of industries both agency-side and in-house. She brings proven expertise of strategic planning and creating targeted, engaging content for clients.
Becky Hart recently graduated from the University of East London with a first class honours degree in Advertising and has been appointed Communications Account Executive within the CJAM Group marketing arm of the business.
Hayley Owen and Liz Pryke join as Account Managers for CJAM, working with a number of associations including the Crime Writers Association, International Forecourts Standards Forum and the UK Psychological Trauma Society.
Hayley, who previously worked for Colne Housing, is employing her detailed knowledge of providing business and marketing support to senior executives and board members in her new role. With significant expertise in project management and change management at a major water supplier, Liz has an excellent understanding of business efficiencies and customer service improvement.
Christine Joyce, Managing Director, explained: “Clients have been approaching CJAM with a variety of marketing needs thanks to our enviable reputation in communications and association management. CJAM Group’s work in 2016 includes website launches, PR and media campaigns, video and events. We offer holistic and channel neutral view of communications and this unique and creative approach is proving an attractive proposition.
“Our expansion is a direct result of new business wins and prepares the way for a great 2017. Clients are already benefiting from Sarah, Becky, Liz and Hayley’s skills and experience.”