YouTube-specialist influencer marketing agency Digital Voices has strengthened its team with three new hires on the back of significant recent growth.
The three new hires are: Caner Daywood (left main pic), Creative Strategist, specialising in building agency relationships and partners; Sammy Albon (centre, main pic), Creative Strategist working across music, gaming and entertainment; and Jack Faulkner (right, main pic), Campaign Producer sourcing and working with the right influencers to build organic content.
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The agency, led by founder Jennifer Quigley-Jones is now ten strong. It has delivered turnover growth of 400% year-on-year on the back of a series of significant client wins.
Over the past year the agency has worked with clients including Booking.com, the Post Office, Surfshark and recently NHS Professionals recruiting staff to the front line.
Creative strategist Daywood has worked both in-house and agency-side in Social Content Strategy and Influencer Outreach/ Management for over 10 years for agencies such as FCB Inferno, Kindred Agency and most recently at VMLY&R.
Daywood’s role at Digital Voices is to cultivate value between agencies, brands and customers by creating YouTube influencer marketing campaigns with guaranteed results.
Albon has been a content creator since the industry’s infancy in 2013, with two YouTube channels and over 200k subscribers.
He has collaborated closely with companies including the BBC, McDonalds, Disney, and more. Albon has spoken nationally and internationally on the nature of the influencer marketing industry.
His role at Digital Voices will bring to life exciting YouTube creator campaigns that audiences believe in; and bring guaranteed results to brands.
Faulkner has almost seven years of customer service experience delivering bespoke solutions to customers; and experience working on a variety of creative projects.
He has now joined the Digital Voices team, to assist in creating engaging organic content and deliver marketing solutions to promote products with brand owners and YouTube creators.
“As a business we have enjoyed incredible growth over the past year – winning new clients and retaining business”, Quigley-Jones said.
“It has been a challenging time for everyone recently; which has meant pivoting to develop opportunities in areas such as ecommerce, gaming and tech.
“These new hires bring great creativity and experience into the team to ensure we can continue to build powerful YouTube creator marketing campaigns.
“We’re a growing young team of creative YouTube obsessives with the knowhow to make content that breaks through the noise.”