CandidSky welcomes three new hires
CandidSky have recently welcomed three new members into teams across the agency. David Vernon joins as a senior account manager, while Hayley Powell and Emily Hardy join our growing SEO and content marketing teams.
David Vernon: Senior account manager
David adds a wealth of account management and strategic experience to the team. He’s looking forward to building the account management arm of the agency.
David comes from a diverse agency background. He’s worked with a range of small and large businesses – including the likes of Berghaus, Speedo, Lexus UK & Europe, and Lloyds Banking Group. He was attracted to CandidSky’s consistent focus on the audience, using data to drive decisions that make sense for theirs – and the client’s – journey.
David is committed to building strong relationships and providing the highest standard of service – all while giving clients “a little bit of love”.
Emily Hardy: Content specialist
Emily joins the team as a content specialist. She has experience as a financial copywriter and designer.
Emily was attracted to CandidSky’s analytical approach to marketing strategy. She’s looking forward to exploring audience insights and data. And coming from an in-house role, Emily is excited to work with a range of clients from a variety of industries.
Outside the office, Emily likes to get stuck into a good book, head out to gigs, and avoid coming last in a pub quiz.
Hayley Powell: SEO consultant
Hayley is the latest member to join our SEO team. Moving over from Red Cow Media, she brings several years of agency and in-house experience with her.
Hayley is looking forward to building her technical knowledge, developing SEO strategy, and working with a range of new clients. She was attracted to CandidSky by our team culture and office environment.
In her spare time, Hayley likes to go to gigs, events, and restaurants – she describes herself as a bit of a foodie. Hayley’s also said she’s “really really really” clumsy. So we might catch her dropping, spilling, and breaking things from time to time.