Warwick, 16 December 2004 - Freestyle New Media Group’s newly appointed account director Andy Wood is stepping in as the strategic lead for Freestyle automotive clients Land Rover and Jaguar.

A Warwick University classics graduate, Andy comes to Freestyle by way of Ford of Europe’s sales and marketing, Wunderman Interactive and Fuse Digital. As well as his strong automotive background working on e-business and customer relationship projects, Andy’s experience covers financial services, the petroleum and airline industries, drinks and fmcg creating interactive campaigns for brands such as Alliance & Leicester, Conoco, BMI, Morphy Richards and WKD.

Andy Wood says: “ A key focus is to broaden Freestyle’s service range to deliver clients with truly integrated interactive solutions creating campaigns that capitalise on some of the latest mobile and interactive technologies. There are many new ways for organizations and brands to engage and excite their target markets. And what we can do is ensure that our clients adopt the appropriate interactive strategy by building the communications mix that is right for their respective audiences – internal or external.”

Website: www.fsnm.co.uk
Editors notes:
Freestyle New Media Group Warwick-based Freestyle was established in 1996. One of the largest digital and new media agencies outside the Southeast with billings that make it the number one in the Midlands, and 36th in the official Top 100 new media agency charts, Freestyle offers a wide range of creative web-based and digital solutions. Our digital communication solutions are built to meet the complex commercial, communication, information and marketing needs of a wide range of organizations. We produce websites, e-shopping sites and a range of specialist e-business tools that will satisfy a wide range of internal and external communication objectives. We also produce DVD and CD-ROMs for marketing campaigns using some of the world’s most advanced interactive DVD technology called DVD-EXTRA.

Published on: 12:00AM on 16th December 2004