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theEword announces two new appointments as business continues to grow

theEword is delighted to reveal the details of its two latest appointments, both of which are made in the company’s marketing department.

:: Manchester Masters finalist Holly O’Boyle joins as digital marketing assistant

:: Mike Higham is appointed digital marketing assistant

Holly O’Boyle joins theEword team having recently completed a BA in International Business at Manchester Metropolitan University.

While she was studying, Holly founded and looked after the running of her own fancy dress costume business, successfully making a profit on the project. Holly was also appointed Student Ambassador for The Business School at MMU, where her triumphs included liaising with Erasmus students (she speaks Italian and Spanish) and coordinating marketing studies and activities for pupils of local schools and colleges.

Holly also earned a top 20 placing in the final of the recent Manchester Masters competition, which was aimed at keeping the very best graduate talent in the Manchester area.

Holly said: “I’m happy to be joining such an ambitious company. I think theEword is the perfect place to start my career and I’m confident that their support and expertise will add to my experiences of marketing so far.”

Mike Higham is appointed as theEword’s new digital marketing assistant.

Mike studied Marketing Management at Manchester Metropolitan University, specialising in marketing communications and brand management.

His previous work experience includes a placement at PR firm Golley Slater, whose clients include Mitsubishi and the British Army, where he worked with account managers, assisting them in their duties. Mike also completed another placement at Unipart Rail.

He said: “I believe that this is a brilliant opportunity for me to build on the experience I’ve gained so far and to develop my marketing knowledge. theEword is a company committed to growth and I’m excited to start working with such a vibrant team.”

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