Target grows it’s team with 3 new hires
Target continues its rapid growth by appointing three new creatives, as the agency makes bold strides towards its goal of becoming one of the South West’s leading digital agencies.
Elizabeth Leavitt joins us as SEO & PPC Manager. Hailing from California, Eliz brings with her ten years of experience in SEO and PPC. As a Google Certified Partner she keeps up-to-date with the latest best practices, ensuring that Target’s clients squeeze every last drop of ROI from their search marketing campaigns.
Elizabeth has managed campaigns across a range of industries including automotive, B2B and hotel/travel. Her skill set and Masters Degree in Writing from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas have landed her roles in California, New York and London.
Ellie Spiers joins Target as a Graphic Designer. Ellie is a recent graduate from Buckinghamshire New University with a degree in Graphic Art.
An Adobe whizz and creative problem solver, Ellie fought-off strong competition to land the role at our progressive agency with her world-class creative portfolio encompassing design for print, digital, motion graphics and illustration.
Incredibly well received at her Grad Show, Ellie was invited to work on motion graphics for The National Film & Television School. We are elated to welcome Ellie back to Cornwall, as an integral part of our agency team.
Jack Paull becomes the fourth member of the Target team, hired to increase Target’s capacity in the field of social media.
Currently studying at Falmouth University, Jack meticulously plans organic and paid social media campaigns; delivering content centred around concise word-smithery and captivating content.
Fun fact: Jack has published a mini docu-series on Cornwall’s now famous food and beverage scene, featuring famous seafood chef, Jack Stein, as well as interviews with some of the Duchy’s elite chefs.
Introducing the team of enthused new creatives, Josh Fletcher had to say:
“It’s an incredibly exciting time to be joining the business – during a period of high growth. Target is moving at pace, staying true to its simple yet strong proposition and attracting ambitious people with raw talent and rich experience.
I am confident that these new appointments give Target the edge, agility and diverse thinking it needs to continue helping brands to thrive in today’s commercial environment.”