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CJAM, the award-winning marketing and association management agency based in Colchester, is springing forward with new team members across the business.
CJAM Group welcomes back Lucy French, Marketing Director, after a four-month career break. Lucy’s remit is to spearhead the marketing team, as creative and strategic lead, driving through hard-working campaigns that deliver real value for clients across the Group and to bring in new clients who are seeking to work with the results-focused, imaginative CJAM Group team.
Joining CJAM as Communications Account Director is Jill Ball who has over 20 years’ experience in B2B marketing, PR and content writing for agencies and in-house, and is charged with leading content provision across both the association and marketing sides of the business.
Claire Reynolds joins as Credit Controller, across all CJAM’s accounts. She brings her experience of both multi-national and SME business finance to bear on the day-to-day business of accountancy support for the finance team.
The newest Association Account Manager is Holly Daly who joins with a background in customer service and project management within diverse organisations. Holly joins the association management team and is supporting the secretariat of a number of associations with minutes, events, membership enquiries and administration.
CJAM Managing Director, Christine Joyce said: “At a time when our business is expanding exponentially, as existing clients’ marketing requirements grow and new opportunities come knocking on our door, it is exciting to see our dynamic team grow. We are already feeling the impact of our four new team members as they hit the ground running. CJAM thrives on the daily challenges that our clients bring, seeking our strategic thinking, originality and calm execution, and I welcome our new people, as the business goes from strength to strength.”