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Two talented Mancunians join theEword

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Specialist search agency theEword has welcomed two of Manchester’s brightest creative talents into its ranks.

It’s the latest phase in a period of rapid growth for the company, which has already seen five members of staff join this year. The new starters will bolster the content and marketing teams, enabling them to continue to provide a very high level of service to theEword’s clients, which include Betfred.com, CALM and Million-2-1.

Lauren Knowles is the first addition to the team. Burnage born and bred, she previously worked as a freelance copywriter on several travel and holiday websites, and joins theEword as a content writer.

Jennifer Leonard is the second new recruit. Originally from Northenden, she completed internships in the marketing and creative teams at Urbis and implemented online marketing campaigns while an administrator and social media specialist at a Didsbury events services agency. Jennifer is working towards her CIM award in Digital Marketing, and becomes theEword’s junior marketing assistant.

Al Mackin, managing director of theEword, said: “I’ve always believed that the Manchester creative community is up there with the best in the world, and after fourteen years in the city I’d consider myself an adopted Mancunian. I’m delighted to welcome two more talented people to theEword – with more new clients on board, I’m sure they will help us achieve great success.”

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