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Cube Creative moves offices and expands team

Manchester agency appoints Will Stone and Gemma Beharry
Cube Creative moves offices and expands team

UK-based brand communications agency Cube Creative has moved from Ancoats, Manchester to larger offices in nearby Shudehill and expanded its team. 

Will Stone has been appointed as brand communications director and Gemma Beharry as a business development manager.

Cube specialises in healthcare communications, counting NHS England and a wide range of NHS trusts and organisations among its clients.

Stone has 15 years of experience and was former head of communications for the UPM Corporation for UK & Ireland. In his new role he will work on client strategy, social media, PR and content marketing. 

He said: “I am delighted to be working alongside the Cube team. I've hit the ground running at Cube with a team that is incredibly talented and passionate about what they do.”

Beharry as business development manager will be working to promote Cube's far-reaching healthcare services as well as raise the company's profile. 

Mark Frith, Cube's managing director, said: “We're very excited to expand the Cube family into our new offices. Our Shudehill office is much more aligned with our needs and plenty of scope to expand further.

“I'm also delighted to welcome Gemma and Will to the Cube team. They both got their sleeves rolled up and got stuck in which is a brilliant start.”

Article by
Nikhil Patel

20th August 2015

From: Marketing



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