NRG Marketing has recruited Carrie Elliott, who has spent the last ten years working within media in London.
Operations director, Greg Parker said: ‘As an advertising and marketing agency, we have always moved with the times to enable us to continue to provide the full range of services for our clients from media buying, print and design through to website design and management, social media and even change management.”
Carrie was an agency sales manager for Mediaforce, one of the UK’s largest media organisations, where she was responsible for selling print and digital formats across a group of advertising agencies with billings in excess of £8 million per year.
She also led partnerships with a number of companies including East Coast Rail which she ran for four consecutive years.
Following this, Carrie was with M Capital (MCap), an independent financial group providing tailored financial products and value enhancing solutions to media, entertainment and technology companies where she personally secured multiple new clients, including Generation Media Limited and Universal Music Publishing.
Upon leaving London, Carrie took time out to visit India, Cambodia and Vietnam prior to settling in Bognor Regis
She said: “Starting my career in London resulted in always being the ‘middle woman’.
“I would broker big deals between big media agencies and big media owners, rarely having the chance to meet the end client.
“My experiences and industry exposure are priceless, but I came to realise that what was missing was real connections.
“Moving to the south coast and seeking a new challenge brought me to NRG’s door.
“NRG Marketing has captured the essence of a big agency and condensed it into a small, seamlessly functioning team with real faces.
“They have cracked the code to strong, long-life agency-client relationships and I’m thrilled to be able to help nurture these connections and excited to create new ones for myself.
“This last year was tough for large and small businesses alike but NRG Marketing offer the perfect solution to grabbing the future by the horns and to drive business forward with new plans. I can’t wait to get stuck in!”