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Make Honey raids Eulogy, Freuds and MailOnline for key hires.
December 6, 2022
Fast-growing social-led PR and content lifestyle technology agency, Make Honey, has once again expanded its senior leadership, account and design teams.
Joining as head of growth, Anthony Stonehewer is responsible for marketing and new business, with a specific focus on building the agency’s UK client-base. Stonehewer’s appointment is the third senior leadership hire in six months following the appointment of senior client director Rebecca Mansfield from Garmin and Caroline Gosney as client and content director.
Stonehewer arrives from Eulogy, where he was responsible for the marketing and new business. Prior to this, Stonehewer was part of the business development team at media agency OMD UK for four years, where he delivered an industry-leading marketing and prospecting programme.
Commenting on his new role, Stonehewer said: “The ambition of Make Honey really excites me. I’m passionate about making an impact when it comes to growth and to do that within Make Honey is something I’m really looking forward to.
“The agency’s mentality is addictive - we work with fantastic clients and have a team of extremely talented and knowledgeable individuals who are passionate about creating communications campaigns which have a positive impact.”
Having already established a successful client roster of consumer tech brands in the APAC region, the appointment of Stonehewer illustrates Make Honey’s determination to strengthen its proposition and client base in the UK.
The agency, which specialises in consumer lifestyle and technology brands, currently works with the likes of ASUS, TCL Mobile and Alibaba Cloud.
In addition, Joseph Gahan joins as consumer technology account manager, with experience at agencies such as Freuds, Ketchum and Threepipe.
Make Honey has also bolstered its design team with the arrival of Lauren Horner from MailOnline.
Founder and CEO of Make Honey, Mark Terry-Lush, added: “Anthony’s arrival is critical to Honey’s ambitious growth plan, now spearheaded by an enviable senior leadership team.
“Joseph and Lauren arrive at an exciting time and really boost our credentials and culture with their respective experience and skills.”