Hydra Creative Strengthens Team With Series of Appointments

4th August 2016

Sheffield-based digital agency, Hydra Creative has strengthened its team with two new recruits and an internal promotion.

The appointments come as Hydra prepares to enter a period of growth with the company set to invest more than £100,000 over the coming months. Joining Hydra as digital marketing manager is Nishaan Patel who will support Hydra's Pay Per Click and Google AdWords clients. Nishaan brings a wealth of knowledge with him following several successful years as an agency account manager at Google. Hydra is also welcoming Holly Southward who takes over the position of marketing assistant and will support the rest of Hydra's in-house marketing team. This period of growth sees Hydra promote Nathan Richards to operations director. Nathan joined Hydra in 2010 and has risen through the ranks, becoming an expert in Hydra's more complex projects. Gemma Daniels, client services director said: -A key part of our growth plan was to develop and expand our team and so we're thrilled to be welcoming both Nishaan and Holly to the team. Both have joined at an exciting time for Hydra as we look towards further growth. -We're particularly proud for Nathan too, he's been with Hydra almost from our very first day and has become an indispensable member of the team. Hydra is currently recruiting for an experienced backend developer. Those interested in the positions should visit www.hydracreative.com/vacancies for more information.

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