Award winning, digital agency Brandcast Media continues its growth with the addition of two new members to its London based healthcare team: Lily Max joins as Video Film Producer and Kelly Vesty as Account Manager.

Lily joins from being a freelance producer, having worked on this basis with Brandcast for the past three years on healthcare projects such as Zaponex, Taxotere, ecancermedicalscience and HCA Hospitals. The permanent role Lily is taking is testament to the value she has been offering the agency. She brings with her a heritage in documentary making having worked on high profile programmes such as the BAFTA award winning series ‘Ross Kemp on Gangs’ and the Channel 5 series ‘Hidden Treasure Houses’ as well as various current affairs documentaries where she specialised in educational issues. She also produced a number of corporate videos for organisations such as Nissan, M&S, Philips and Christian Aid and made 44 Continuing Professional Development web videos aimed at teachers for LSIS. Her role at Brandcast will be to produce the growing number of video required by clients to enrich their own digital communications and learning programmes. ‘As I have worked so closely with Brandcast over the years I am able to hit the ground running’ says Lily.

Kelly joins from Euro RSCG Life Medicom and brings with her strong digital experience in healthcare and pharmaceuticals, an area of particular growth for Brandcast. There she worked with leading pharmaceutical companies such as GSK, Pfizer and Novartis among others to enhance their digital communication strategies. Commenting on her recent appointment Kelly says ‘I made the move to Brandcast because I am excited by the agency's fresh and innovative approach to digital communications. The digital environment is changing rapidly and I want to work with like-minded people who anticipate and embrace change– and Brandcast does just that.’ Her role at Brandcast is to manage the day to day needs of both healthcare and pharmaceutical clients.

‘Brandcast is growing quickly despite this difficult economic climate’ says Charlie Grieve, Managing Director of Brandcast ‘these recent appointments have strengthened our implementation team and will help us to develop the business more to meet the needs of our clients’.

Published on: 12:00PM on 21st December 2009