Continued demand for video production services has led to a Wakefield video production agency appointing a new Senior Account Manager.
Stada Media has seen video production work increase exponentially since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in early 2020. Businesses in West Yorkshire and around the UK have turned to video to reach customers, now spending most of their time at home.
Now, Stada Media is continuing its recruitment drive to not only cope with the increase in demand, but also deliver a better service to clients.
Gemma Curry, who had previously worked at Fishtank Agency in Mirfield, and Fox Agency in Leeds, has joined Stada Media this week, and is the fifth new recruit since August 2020. Gemma follows on from recent appointments Josh Raikes (Videographer), Olivia Wildblood (Client Operations Executive), Dave Smith (Marketing Manager) and Ben Dews (Director of Business Development).
Gemma said: “It’s great to be joining a video agency at a time when video has never been more important for companies needing to reach their audience effectively.
“Stada Media has worked with some big names – but I can see the potential to work with more. We have an outstanding team at Stada Media and the work they’re currently producing is some of the best video work out there.”
Danny Lacey, CEO and Founder of Stada Media, added: “We’ve begun working with many exciting new clients this year – but the bigger we get, and the bigger our clients get, the more we need an experienced team keen to deliver even greater value to our customers.
“Gemma has a huge amount of agency experience, and will help us to be more efficient, as well as providing a better support service to our clients.
“With video marketing bigger than it’s ever been, I can’t wait to see the difference having Gemma onboard will make.”
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