Online marketing agency Harvest Digital has hired David Bowen to manage new business. He will report to Managing Director, Emma Wilson with a remit to generate new full-service business for the digital agency, whose clients include 3M, Auto Trader, Plan and Tesco.

Bowen joins from Tradedoubler where was responsible for selling Searchware and Diallog telephone tracking technology, developed by The Search Works, to both agencies and clients in all verticals across Northern Europe. Before Tradedoubler, Bowen had several roles in marketing and events. He holds an MBA in International Business.

Emma Wilson, Director at Harvest Digital comments, ‘David Bowen is a self-starter with a wide range of skills from marketing to cold calling. We are focusing on bringing in more full-service business for leading brands and maintaining our current rate of growth, which is ahead of the market.’

David Bowen, Business Development Manager at Harvest Digital, adds, ‘After working in search marketing for a while I wanted to broaden my knowledge to all other areas of digital marketing, especially media and creative production. I am keen to join a dynamic agency that is expanding and aim to contribute to its further growth.’

The appointment follows a run of new business wins for Harvest Digital including P&V Holidays, Riu Hotels and Resorts and Gumtree. In March the agency was recognised as one of the UK’s top fifty fastest growing digital media companies in in the Media Momentum Awards. Last month the agency was been selected as one of twenty-one innovative companies to form part of Digial Mission, a major trade mission to New York, organised by Chinwag and backed by UK Trade & Investment, in September.

For further information please contact:

Joanna Burton
Head of PR
Harvest Digital
t: 020 7479 7500

Published on: 12:00AM on 8th October 2008