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emotive continues to grow

London digital agency appoints Aaron Joshua Barroso digital marketing manager

emotive Aaron Joshua AJ BarrosoLondon-based digital agency emotive has appointed Aaron Joshua (AJ) Barroso as its new digital marketing manager.

Canadian-born Barroso will lead the agency's digital marketing team, reporting to managing director Chris Edmonds and initially leading a team of two.

Barroso has a degree in biochemistry and a masters in digital marketing. He studied in London, San Francisco and Shanghai for his masters, and has a "unique educational combination of science and digital marketing along with real-world experience", the agency said in a statement.

emotive said: "As an international marketer and digital native, AJ was a stand-out candidate to take over the exciting and expanding role of digital marketing manager.

"He will work closely with emotive's clients to identify and leverage digital opportunities that can help them engage with their customers and deliver value to patients."

Barroso's appointment is the latest in a series made by emotive. Francesco Raimo joined earlier this month as development director, while Georgie Burrows was hired as a junior planner in July.

8th August 2014

From: Marketing

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