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Two new hires at Couch

And agency moves to Manchester
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Kay Smith and Adrian Ryan join the Couch team in Manchester

The health-focused creative agency Couch has moved to a new base in Manchester, UK and added two new members of staff.

The company, which formed in 2013, moves from London to Beehive Mill on Jersey Street in Manchester's Ancoats district due in part to its expanding business.

Katie Rishi, co-managing director at Couch, commented on the company's move: “As regular visitors to Manchester, we knew it was the right place to grow our company further and develop our team.”

The two new members of the team are multimedia designer Adrian Ryan, previously a freelance designer, and creative copywriter Kay Smith, who has healthcare experience as part of communications team for the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust.

Ash Rishi, also co-managing director at Couch, said: “The fact that they both have industry experience is a huge plus, but their experience of working with big brands such as Sony and Virgin Media will also help to bring out the best in our client marketing campaigns."

1st December 2014

From: Marketing

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