Huddersfield-based technical public relations firm Scriba PR has added Amy Lloyd to its B2B communications team as junior account manager to support the firm’s increasing number of clients.
Having worked as a project officer at aspire-international and digital content team leader at Super Break, she has developed skills across the marketing and copywriting disciplines.
Scriba’s MD Katie Mallinson said: “Amy has already made a positive start in her position by fully immersing herself within the team and the technical clients that we work with. She will be responsible for helping to take care of the newest waste and recycling firm we have welcomed to our client list, as well as some of our latest tech customers.”
Amy will use her languages degree and draw upon her previous writing experience to liaise with the media and draft blogs, features, awards entries, press releases, as well as managing social media accounts. As her knowledge develops she will also become responsible for increased campaign planning and strategy.
Amy said: “During my time at Super Break I built content calendars for the team, and created engaging blog, website and social media content to build upon our brand awareness. This is definitely something I will bring with me into my new role at Scriba. I have already learnt so much, but I am most excited about increasing my knowledge in the niche PR sectors in which the firm works!”
Katie added: “This most recent appointment highlights how much we are expanding, and with greater capacity in the team, I hope it will further cement our position as a leading PR firm for the technical world. We are all delighted to welcome Amy into the team and I’m excited to see her further develop in her role.”
The addition to the company comes ahead of the business’ fifth year of trading. Scriba currently has seven employees and 32 clients, including tech specialist Vapour Cloud, global waste shredding brand UNTHA and decommissioning consultancy RVA.