National strategic communications consultancy JBP has appointed a Senior Creative Designer to support the creative vision and growth ambitions of the company.
The appointment of Marcus Lange to a full-time position comes at an exciting time for the consultancy, as it continues to pursue a growth strategy under the leadership of CEO Steve Anderson-Dixon.
Just last month, the company relocated its Bristol office to new premises in the city centre, placing the business at the heart of the city’s business community and strengthening connections with their Westminster office in London.
Following the appointment of Steve Anderson-Dixon in late 2017, JBP has made moves to expand on its current operations and position itself as a consultancy that supports organisations in our disrupted and connected world. After securing several significant client wins in the last few months, the business’ expansion has included a series of senior promotions and new appointments to the team.
Marcus has been working in design for 10 years, enjoying working with both start-ups and well-established businesses, across a variety of industries. In June he completed the successful re-launch of global manufacturing brand Gestra, gaining their identity back post-acquisition.
Speaking about joining the company, Marcus said: “I’m excited to be working at JBP to help create impactful campaigns, develop creative relationships and deliver engaging content that clients and stakeholders enjoy.”
Anderson-Dixon added: “We are thrilled to welcome Marcus on board as we continue to strengthen the creative side of our offering. His skillset and previous experience will be beneficial to the company as we move forward into new and exciting territory.”
JBP was founded in 1984 and specialises in delivering integrated communications campaigns across a number of sectors within the B2B, political and public service space. Current clients include Ashfords, First Bus, National Grid and Palletways.
The company operates out of offices in Bristol, Cardiff, London, Manchester and Warwick.