There are no signs of things slowing down at Red-Fern as we’d like to welcome two new team members. We’re strengthening our team so that we can continue to offer an unrivalled service and provide our clients with the best possible results.
First of all, we’d like to introduce you to Liam, whose expertise is invaluable to the web-development team. It’s no secret that he loves to code, which is a good job as the majority of his days are filled being knee-deep in it!
He sees web development as a hobby before a career and loves a challenge. This is a common theme throughout the web development team, which is what makes them such an efficient force when working together. Liam created his first web page at 13 years old and hasn’t stopped since.
When winding down from work, he enjoys getting into a box-set. Although a hard decision, his top three are Breaking Bad, Prison Break and Stranger Things. And we couldn’t agree more, all three are popular choices within the office.
Things aren’t always as relaxed as a night in front of the telly. Liam loves a night out too. His favourite spot is Manchester city centre or a night in his local town. However, it doesn’t really matter where he is - as long as the food, music and company are good he’s happy. We’ll be sure to try our best, Liam!
Our other new recruit is David who has come on board to manage all of our paid marketing accounts throughout the business. After living down south for 18 months he’s decided to return to his roots and relocate back up north. Some of his main priorities at Red-Fern include ensuring that clients campaigns are running to budgets and meeting KPI’s.
Whilst studying a business degree in Leeds, it was the marketing modules that were most appealing to him so he took the obvious path and ended up working at a marketing agency. He loves the aspect of working in a client-facing role and enjoys the unique challenges of each account.
David’s well into his techno and house music, so made the most of the big London clubs whilst being down there. However, that proves a little heavy for Monday morning office listening, so you can find him working away whilst listening to something a little lighter. At the minute, he’s enjoying Loyle Carner’s “Not Waving, But Drowning” whilst producing his reports.
So, it’s exciting times for all at Red-Fern! As we head towards the close of 2019, we’re looking forward to seeing what 2020 brings the business and all of our clients. If you’re wondering how our wider team can help your business, contact us today and one of our expert team will be on hand to answer all your questions and queries.