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Agency is due to celebrate 15 years

PUBLISHED: 11:44 26 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:45 26 September 2018

Bury St Edmunds based specialsit retail marketing agency Montage Communications has appointed Lilli Hender  as senior account executive

Bury St Edmunds based specialsit retail marketing agency Montage Communications has appointed Lilli Hender as senior account executive


Bury St Edmunds-based Montage Communications, specialists in international retail marketing communications for food and homewares brands, has appointed a new senior account executive, Lilli Hender, after securing three new clients.

Due to celebrate its 15th year in business Montage Communications prides itself on crafting compelling brand stories for clients, including Brabantia, Westminster Cheddar, SPHERO, Groov-e and Dishmatic.

Montage’s new appointment will service the increased business secured this year having recently been appointed by Stokes Sauces, Crude drinks (formerly Frank and Earnest Coffee) and Swiss water bottle brand SIGG.

English Literature graduate Ms Hender was a senior PR & editorial executive at Genie Ventures, a Cambridge-based digital marketing agency.

she said: “I’m so happy to join Montage Communications. I’m really looking forward to working with our global portfolio of consumer clients. It’s such a lovely team and I’m excited to be part of the agency’s growth plans. I love working in PR and it’ll be great to devise and run international social media and marketing campaigns.”

Aime Southgate, creative director of Montage Communications said: “Lilli has strong experience across the board and a solid grounding in all aspects of PR from media relations to content creation, social media community management and the strategic development of accounts.

“She’s joined at a pivotal time in the agency’s growth having recently secured three new clients.”

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