Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Modo25 celebrates one-year anniversary with new hires

Leeds-based digital marketing technology and inhousing provider, Modo25, are celebrating their first anniversary by welcoming two new team members.

Modo25, which launched in September 2019, has experienced rapid growth in its first 12 months. The team has grown from just four, to 16.

Joining the team are Rebekah Waller, Performance Marketing Manager and Kylie Moody, SEO Performance Executive.

Excited about joining the team, Rebekah said: “Having worked for three agencies across the north of England; there’s undoubtedly a level of passion and vision projected across all levels of the business.

This isn’t something I’ve really experienced from agencies but is something I feel is really important in terms of clear communication from the top down. I’m also excited to hear more about Bosco and be a part of this innovative launch come September.”

Kylie is also enthusiastic about her future at Modo25, saying: “I’m really excited about Modo25 moving forward. Especially after learning all about the original vision and roots of the business in my first week.

I’m looking forward to growing with the business and hope to get involved in the tech and training, as well as the account management, side of the business.”

Modo25 successfully adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic and even hired another Performance Marketing Manager, Alex Jackson, in the middle of lockdown.

On the company’s first anniversary and ongoing recruitment, CEO, John Readman, said: “We’re incredibly excited to welcome both Rebekah and Kylie to the Modo25 family. Both show incredible talent and experience in digital marketing and we’re looking forward to continuing our success.

In the past year, Modo25 has grown from a team of four to a team of 16. We have 13 clients and that looks set to grow again very soon – and keep doing so. We couldn’t be happier to be celebrating our first anniversary.”

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