Promotions expert Agency Mando (part of WPP) appoints Manchester based Charlie Rooney as their New Business Development Manager as part of their Northern expansion plan.
This growth culminates in a new WPP Manchester campus opening in the heart of the city. Mando have been experts in their field for over 40 years, using their unique data insight to differentiate themselves within the industry. Utilizing their research, to create engaging and uniquely tailored promotional campaigns for clients such as Ferrero, PepsiCo, Domino’s and Vodafone.
With Mando’s long standing presence within Europe, their head offices located in Aylesbury and WPP campus ‘Sea Containers’ in central London, they are now excited to focus on their Northern expansion and announce their Northern based New Business Development Manager, Charlie Rooney. In her new role, Charlie has been tasked with expanding Mando’s reach within the North and being the in-person (F2F) contact for their existing and new Northern clients.
In addition, Mando have multiple existing Northern & Southern team members who are eager to utilise the new Manchester campus and explore the city’s vast creative agencies and brands. The opening off WPP’s Manchester campus, is a prime example of the talent and creative buzz exploding in the North that Mando plan to submerge themselves within.
Charlie Rooney, New Business Development Manager, Mando, said: “ I am thrilled to be joining this genuinely supportive and welcoming team at such an exciting time, helping them expand into the North and based in a city that I love. Having the opportunity to work for a company who truly encourages work life balance, especially after returning from maternity is refreshing and I am keen to get stuck in!”
Becky Munday, Chief Executive Officer, Mando, added: “ I am delighted to add Charlie to our Mando family and have another Northerner in the team. Our new campus in Manchester is the start of our growing presence within the North and developing our client base further . I spent many loved years in Leeds and am looking forward to multiple visits up North.”