The Write Angle makes senior hires

Lancashire-based marketing comms agency The Write Angle (TWA) has brought in Sally Fairclough as associate director and Jen Hill as client services director.

Jen Hill and Sally Fairclough

Fairclough (pictured right) has 16 years’ experience across both in house and agency roles in London, Sydney and Manchester. A specialist in creative campaigns, her previous clients include Iceland, Aldi, Bacardi, Specsavers and Marriott Hotels.

In her new role at TWA, Fairclough will be responsible for key accounts and also drive creativity and growth across the agency.

Hill (pictured left) joins TWA from Workhouse Marketing with 17 years’ experience in client and agency roles.

She will be responsible for growing TWA’s integrated offer. As client services director, she will also oversee and grow its ten-strong account management team.

Julie Cheston, MD at TWA, said: “Sally and Jen bring big agency and brand experience to our team. Their experience broadens our offer, bringing strong integrated and digital skills.

“This is an investment in the agency and gives us a solid platform for growth. I am excited about what we can achieve as a management team together.”

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