Full Steam Ahead for Pauley Creative in 2019

 

The Pauley Creative team 2019

Now in its 20th year, Pauley Creative has seen a period of sustained growth. 2019 is set to deliver more of the same, with the agency continuing support for its clients on a strategic level, delivering cross-channel campaigns in line with their marketing and business objectives.

The growth is due to our clients’ commitment to providing the best possible information and support for their audiences; and recognising the value highly-targeted marketing contributes to this goal.

In 2018, Pauley Creative commenced partnerships with a number of new high profile clients and also celebrated success for the hard work on the Saint Gobain Multicomfort and BMF websites in 2017 by picking up 2 awards at the industry ceremonies.

We are pleased and excited to announce that Stuart Dinnie has been promoted to the position of managing director. With his expert knowledge in the industry, Stuart will ensure Pauley Creative continues to build on the existing reputation in the industry, adapting to the ever-evolving needs of construction-focused clients and the digital space.

Nick Pauley, founder of Pauley Creative comments “Stuart has been working alongside me at Pauley Creative for almost a decade, joining us as project manager and moving through the ranks to oversee day-to-day operations over the last few years. The time was right for him to move into the overall leadership of Pauley Creative. I’ll still be playing an active role in the business and I look forward to continue supporting Stuart in the strategic direction of the business for the foreseeable future.”

And there are a few other team changes to announce for the New Year.

David Watling returns to his roots in financial services sales, and Suzanne Golder has stepped up to support the strategic delivery of content and PR, while James Necek joins the team having previously worked for McCann Ericsson, to meet the ever-growing content requirements across all client accounts.

David joined us in 2016 to help develop the Pauley Creative brand and was instrumental in setting up Deconstruct; our annual construction marketing event at the Ice Tank in Covent Garden, which brings together construction marketing professionals keen to demonstrate best practices across the industry.

Suzanne has worked with us at Pauley Creative for 12 years, starting out as a client at Sika Sarnafil, and has been working on content delivery and media management for our clients since 2012. Suzanne comments, “I’m excited to have the opportunity to work on more of our ambitious and hugely successful client accounts. I’m a self-confessed construction product marketing geek and really enjoy working with the team to help deliver high value content, supporting a range of objectives from SEO to lead generation.”

Stuart Dinnie managing director at Pauley Creative comments “I’m delighted to take on the role and the reins to drive the business forward in the years to come; with a focus on customer service and results.”

“We’re pushing efforts into bolstering the brilliant team of marketing professionals that we have already. After 6 years working on key accounts, the time was right for Suzanne to take more of an active role across all client accounts.”

“We’re pleased to welcome James to the content delivery team; he’s an experienced writer and has been managing large volumes of content for the last three years working both in agency and media sectors. Look out for some more new faces in quarter one as we continue building the team further, along with some active and rewarding events taking place for our team in 2019 – to which our clients are invited to come and join in… be warned though, mud and fitness are the theme!”

“Thank you to all our clients, new and existing for your continued support. From all of us at Pauley Creative, we look forward to working with you in 2019.”

About Stuart Dinnie

Stuart Dinnie is the Managing Director at Pauley Creative; he is ultimately responsible for leading the charge & driving the business forward.

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