Framfab, the UK’s leading creative digital agency, announces two new appointments. Charlie Cannell and Sally Brocklebank join the London team as Client Service Directors. The move is part of a strengthening of Framfab’s Client Services Team due to recent new account wins across the business.

Cannell joins from Edelman PR, where he worked on both the client and agency side of online communications as head of the Edelman team responsible for online strategy development. With over eight years digital experience Charlie has led strategy on internal and external site development projects, integrated marketing campaigns, digital TV platforms and online product development programmes across consumer and business markets where his clients included Diageo, Orange and Shell. He has also completed the Marketing Masterclass course at London Business School and his launch campaign for BTAnswer 1571 was judged to be the best use of email at the 2002 Revolution Awards.

Brocklebank, joins from Sapient where she was a project / programme manager. Her work over the past six years has involved both the media and technology industries. She has also played an active role in Events and Charity Organisations utilising her considerable skills in Project delivery. At Sapient her clients included Royal Mail, BP and Hilton International.

Luke Taylor, managing director, Framfab UK says:

“Our new client services team bring a depth of experience within the digital world—from both the client and agency sides—positioning them well to support our client growth and new business within the retail and government sectors, as well adding a depth of experience to Framfab’s online marcomms channel. The team will manage and develop accounts across BT, Comet, Redcats, Boots, TfL and Knight Frank.”

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About Framfab UK

With over 200 people in the UK alone, Framfab is one of Europe's leading digital marketing communications agencies. In the UK, heads the list of agencies in New Media Age’s “Top 100 Interactive Agencies 2005” and is number one in the Marketing magazine 2005 equivalent. Founded in 1995, we provide innovative interactive solutions to deliver excellent customer experiences for clients who are mainly large international companies. In the UK these include Kodak, Transport for London, and EA Games; international clients include Kraft Foods International, Barclays Capital, and Volvo.

Framfab operates in the United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Sweden. In May 2005, Framfab acquired Oyster Partners in the UK. Framfab is quoted on the O-list, Attract40 of Stockholmsbörsen (ticker symbol FRAM). For additional information, visit www.framfab.com. Check out what we are talking about today at http://stream.framfab.com.

Published on: 12:00AM on 23rd May 2006