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Drummond Central bolsters numbers following office move

Newcastle advertising agency Drummond Central has announced four new recruits following its recent move into a new office.

The agency has brought in former freelancer Mark Pinder as its online manager, Danielle Matthews as copywriter, returning to the north east from Scotland where she worked at Frame while Graeme McMurray has rejoined Drummond Central in the role of account manager.

McMurray left the agency in August to join Robson Brown but found that he soon wished to return to the agency ‘where he could be more hands on’.

Finally Phil Cole has also rejoined the agency he spent a work experience placement on four years previously following the closure of his previous employer, Newcastle finance and insurance company Pendragon.

The agency has also recently moved into its new 3000 square foot Newcastle based office as part of its long term plan to attract the best in creative talent to the region.

Julie Drummond, managing director of Drummond Central welcomed the new recruits by adding, “We have been working solidly this year on a sustainable growth plan for the business. It is our ethos to make sure we can meet demand by attracting the very best quality people in the creative world to join us in Newcastle, and this will also be the case going forward into 2009.”

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