Clear B2B moving on up

Is ‘clear thinking’ the special ingredient setting leading UK creative agency Clear B2B apart from the competition? Its latest impressive growth spurt sees staff moving up and the agency moving out to cool new offices.

Creativity, commitment and an unerring focus on delivering client results has led to the promotion of three team members, as well as further recruitment. This includes the appointment of a new senior designer, Jayne Parker. Clear will also be moving to brand-new, purpose-designed offices later this year, representing a significant milestone in Clear’s ambition to cement its place as one of the UK’s leading B2B creative agencies.

Jayne will ramp up Clear’s creative thinking and design expertise and help build on success rooted in delivering unique content and experiences for leading brands, including Bosch Professional, Toyota & Lexus Fleet, and DHL.

Managing Director, Rachel McHugh, commented: “We’re delighted to welcome Jayne to the Clear team. She gives us an invaluable mix of creative direction and design expertise, as well as a wealth of experience from working with leading brands. Our people are our future and we pride ourselves on recruiting the very best talent. Jayne very much fits the bill and we’re all excited to see how she can help enhance our creative offering.”

Sharon Smith (Group Account Director), Becca Oborne and Taylor Williams (Senior Account Executives) have also all been rewarded with promotions. Sharon, who oversees accounts including AkzoNobel and Bosch Professional, joined Clear six years ago as an Associate. More recent additions to the agency, Becca and Taylor, have made their mark delivering insightful and well-managed communication activity both in the UK and overseas.

Rachel continued: “One of the real perks of growing and succeeding as an agency is being in a position to reward people for their hard work. I’m really proud of Sharon, Becca, and Taylor. They all thoroughly deserve their promotions and are all committed to sustaining Clear’s success by continuing to deliver the very best creative solutions for our clients.”

On the office move, Rachel said: “While we have had some great times in our current offices, the time is right to move on. We’re looking forward to working in an exciting, vibrant place that helps facilitate the clear creative thinking that sits at the heart of our agency. Plus, the team’s growing quickly, so we need the extra space!”

Clear B2B will be remain in the Cotswolds, moving just five miles from its current office to the Poulton Priory Business Park. For further information, please contact Rachel McHugh on +44 (0)1285 626000.

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