Kinloch leaves The Leith Agency to head up Denvir

Brand marketing agency Denvir has announced the appointment of Claire Kinloch as its managing director, while founder Suzanne George becomes chief executive.

Kinloch, who joins from The Leith Agency where she was a partner in the business, will join the board alongside Catriona Coan and Gillian Hope as part of the agency’s leadership team, charged with driving the agency forward.

Kinloch had previously spent nearly four years as managing director of BD Network Scotland before moving to join Tangible, part of the Cello Group in 2006.

Meanwhile, founder and former managing director George, will take up the newly created role of chief executive and will continue to play a key role in the company, with a focus on strategic planning, new ventures and supporting the leadership team.

Suzanne George, commented: “We are delighted to be welcoming Claire Kinloch as our new Managing Director. She brings a classic mix of industry and agency experience gained over the past 15 years having held executive positions with Orange, BD Network and laterally as Partner at The Leith Agency.”

The agency's client list includes Tesco, Macdonald Hotels and Resorts, Loch Fyne Oysters, Scott Group and Letts; and is currently looking to recruit new brand managers to join its team.

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