The leading Manchester-based creative, digital and marketing agency, has welcomed Dan Price as its head of social. Price joins from the Digital LBI agency, LostBoys and brings with him a wealth of experience from previous clients including AstraZeneca, Kellogg’s, Honda Motor Europe, and HSBC to name a few. As part of his role, Price will be responsible for creating and bringing to market an integrated social offering, and ultimately creating and delivering social strategies that build business.
Also joining the senior management team is Libby Childs. Manchester-based Childs joins from Building Blocks (UK) taking up the role of Project Director. : Childs will be overseeing, at a strategic level, programmes of work and will be responsible for managing day to day activity and delivery across the business..
Reflecting on joining the Cube3 team, Childs said: “I’m delighted to have joined Cube3 at such an exciting time. As an agency it has a strong core offering for its clients and great plans for growth in the near future. I’m really looking forward to working with Karl and the rest of the senior team to take Cube3 to the next level of its ambitious plans and work on its business strategy”
Cube3’s performance marketing team also gets a new team member in new senior account manager, Alex Ryan, who joins from digital marketing agency; I-COM., Ryan will be responsible for developing digital marketing strategies, as well as managing marketing activity and outputs across the performance team.
Carla Gonzalez has swapped Mexico for Manchester and is joining Cube3 as inbound marketing manager. Following Cube3’s partnership with Hubspot earlier in the year, Gonzalez will be responsible for continued roll out and management of inbound marketing from within the performance marketing team.
Karl Barker, Cube3’s founder and CEO said: “These four hires are a real demonstration of our commitment to building an agency for the future.
“We are now 12 months into our strategy, to build an agency that reflects the true needs of clients and removing operational silos and legacy business process. The agency has undergone progressive business change and we are now looking to continue our expansion in line with our new operational model, focussed on a hybrid model of consultancy and delivery in brand, digital and marketing transformation.”
"These four hires are a real demonstration of our commitment to building an agency for the future."
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