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Triple appointment and client wins for Bury St Edmunds-based online marketplaces specialist Marketplace AMP
Tech East members Marketplace AMP, based in Bury St Edmunds, specialists in all aspects of setting up, optimising and amplifying online marketplaces, announces a triple appointment and client wins.
Welcoming E-commerce Account Executive James Tootell, E-commerce Copywriter Toby Tippen and E-commerce Junior Account Executive Sebastian Bailey to the team. The expansion of the team arrives as Marketplace AMP takes on three new clients: Heck, Conscious Chocolates and Shake That Weight.
James brings with him an impressive e-commerce and marketing skill set following his roles as Communication Executive at Tesco.com and Online Marketing Executive at musicroom.com.
E-commerce copywriter Toby will create and edit engaging copy and Amazon A Plus content to help drive sales. He arrives with a background in publishing and has spent the last six years managing, editing and enhancing a range of e-commerce content across print and web channels in the wholesale sector.
Fresh from Nottingham University having studied IT, Marketing and Branding, Sebastian is a creative thinker who thrives on finding innovative solutions to problems. Highly analytical in approach and with the ability to communicate at all levels, he is keen to identify and create opportunities for clients to grow their online sales.
Marketplace AMP’s Creative Director, Aime Anderson, said: “Marketplace AMP’s growth over the 12 months has been nothing short of phenomenal and these new appointments will enable us to continue this momentum. Toby, James and Sebastian bring a wealth of skills, knowledge and experience to the team and I’m confident they will play key roles in the future success of the company.”
The Suffolk-based agency is currently launching a recruitment drive and is looking to double in size by 2020. The 13-strong team based in the UK are supported by multilingual teams based in France, Germany, Italy and Spain.