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Wednesday January 16 2019

Brand experts FMI strengthen team to support growth ambitions

Two new hires join Buckinghamshire-based brand agency FMI, as it strengthens its events and incentive travel team and aims to broaden its reach into new markets

Brand experts FMI strengthen team to support growth ambitions

Leading UK brand, events and incentives agency, FMI, is strengthening its team following a period of new client growth and to support ambitious plans to capture clients in a range of international markets.

The Buckingham-based agency, which currently employs 19 people at its offices in Chilton, has added Ashley Haithwaite to its ranks in order to bolster its reach with more global brands in the automotive, tech, electronics and finance sectors, among others.

Ashley has joined the team at FMI after a successful 28-year career in business development and sales, and will focus on helping FMI achieve some bold growth ambitions in 2019.

Recent Sheffield Hallam University graduate Erin Wilson has also joined FMI, part of the AIM-listed Park Group Plc family, in a new role as Events Co-ordinator.

With her First Class degree in International Events Management, Erin will support FMI’s experienced events, exhibitions and incentive travel team to deliver a range of projects around the world for the company’s range of global clients.

“We’re delighted to have Ashley and Erin join us in such an exciting period of growth for our business,” said John Fisher, FMI’s Managing Director.

“We’ve had some incredible success over the past year, and these two new hires will be key to helping us to deliver a range of exciting new projects for our clients, as well as support our growth into new markets.”

To learn more about FMI, visit www.fmiagency.com.

"Were delighted to have Ashley and Erin join us in such an exciting period of growth for our business."
John Fisher, FMIs Managing Director

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