TVC recruits four new employees to its London office

TVC Group hires George Hilton and Maresa Manara among others to its London office.

Creative content agency TVC has welcomed four new team members to its London office after a raft of new business wins.

This month, Maresa Manara and George Hilton joined as a respective editor and designer. In early January, Ryan Maloney will join as a junior project manager while Letty Cole will come on board as a junior account executive.

Manara was previously working as a freelance travel writer and editor, writing for the likes of Condé Nast Traveller, Architectural Digest, Harper’s Bazaar, easyJet Traveller, Oryx by Qatar and Virgin Australia magazine. She has also had stints at Random House as a travel editor and was deputy editor at Ink Publishing.

Hilton has worked in publishing for the last four years, at the following publications: The Jackal Magazine and The Jackal Studio, Women’s Health and Esquire.

Maloney arrives from Huawei Technologies Ltd where he was project manager for three years. There, he worked across campaigns including the flagship CSR project ‘Seeds for the Future’ and Huawei’s 5G Roadshow. During his time there, he developed methodologies and frameworks across global digital projects.

Cole was previosuly interning at The Nest Talent Incubator Programme with Hearst Magazines. She was also the lead presenter for Leeds Student Radio show, Women’s Hour.

Becky McKinlay, TVC Group's managing director, said: “Scaling up the London office with four new hires is a great way to end the year and get ready for 2020.

“We’re adding creative and copy firepower to the team after landing some exciting new briefs. We can’t reveal details just yet but they round off an impressive year which has seen us continue to make the most of our content heritage roots while growing the business in new directions.”

The agency is looking to hire various others into account executive and media planner roles across the digital team.

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