Wirral’s Whitfield expands with trio of senior appointments
Heswall creative design agency and business hub has appointed digital architect Mark Pollard, business relationship manager Del Willden and property manager Kate Verdin-Walsh to its team
Wirral business hub, incubator and creative design agency Whitfield Business Support has made three new senior hires.
The Heswall firm has appointed digital architect Mark Pollard, business relationship manager Del Willden and property manager Kate Verdin-Walsh to its team.
Whitfield co-owners Justine McLaughlin and Nik Ellis set up the firm in 2015 delivering a broad range of marketing services including graphic design, website design, email marketing and social media support.
It also provides office space and a “dynamic and proactive” business incubator service.
“This is our boldest recruitment drive yet bringing a number of highly qualified individuals into our team,” said Ms McLaughlin.
“Del comes to us with more than 25 years’ experience working for British Airways and further media experience working for Wirral Radio. His skills in customer service will be used to great effect in our ‘first impressions’ department and to support delivery to our client base.
“Kate is well known in our local community as the former owner of Vanilla Lounge and for her passion of SMEs. She really understands the business ethos at Whitfield, what it takes to bring a community together and the rigorous demands of running a business.
“Her role as property manager will involve working closely with our fixed tenants in Whitfield Business Hub as well as managing our first impressions team.
“Our third appointment will see Mark, a former solicitor of 15 years and small business owner, taking on the role of digital architect. Again, our relationship with Mark goes back many years and we feel he is an ideal fit for the business.
“We have given him a flexible, roving role where he can use his wide-ranging skills in law to software development and design.