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Golley Retail appoints ex-Samsung marketing manager to team

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By The Drum Team | Editorial

November 9, 2011 | 2 min read

Leeds-based agency Golley Retail has swelled its team with a series of new appointments and promotions, including former Samsung UK marketing manager Stacey Kenward.

Kenward moves from Delta's Asda House team to become an account director, heading up the agency's southern office from group headquarters in London.

Emma Thompson has joined as group account director from Savvy Marketing and will work across clients including P&G and Asda.

Michelle Tully, who has worked at agencies including EHS Brann, Wunderman and Maynard Malone, has been recruited as senior art director.

Other new additions include account managers Ciaran Marsh and Rachel Woodward-Black and account executive Nathan Jeffers from Gratterpalm.

Aidan Nicholson has been promoted to client services director, responsible for heading up the agency’s client list at the Leeds office. Nicola Hirst has also been promoted to account director, responsible for leading the Nestlé account.

Tim Orrell, managing director of Golley Retail, said: "It’s great that we can welcome new faces and give our hard working guys the recognition that they deserve."

Orrell added that the agency is looking to expand overseas into Europe and the USA in 2012.

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