Amy Williams joins Rewired as senior account manager

Amy Williams joins Rewired as senior account manager

Birmingham-based PR, marketing and event management agency Rewired has appointed Amy Williams as senior account manager.

Williams will be responsible for managing delivery of PR, marketing, content and events across a number of the agency’s accounts, including Mailbox Birmingham, Heal’s, Cadbury World, Tom’s Kitchen and Kirstie Allsopp’s Handmade Fair.

She has a range of both B2B and B2C agency experience across both traditional and digital media, previously working with companies such as Oxfam, Chrysler Jeep, Michelin Great Britain and Vax.

Natalie Merrix, client services director at Rewired, said: “Amy is an extremely talented, creative and highly organised senior account manager and we’re delighted to welcome her to the Rewired team.

“Amy’s natural flair and ability to secure fantastic coverage and manage large-scale events will be invaluable as Rewired continues to grow on both a regional and national level.”

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