Idenna Creative has continued to grow during the pandemic, recruiting five new team members since the start of the year.
The Indian Queens-based full-service creative agency now has 19 employees.
Creative director, James Neale, said: “The past 18 months certainly haven’t been without their challenges in many ways, but to be in a position where we were able to take on new members to our amazing team in the middle of a pandemic is something we’re all beyond proud of and incredibly grateful for.”
Robyn Proctor, the first recent addition to the team, was taken on as a creative content copywriter at the beginning of February during lockdown, with Sarah Doney, Idenna’s new account manager, joining the team in early July.
As part of the Government Kickstart scheme for young adults, Idenna has also taken on a junior digital marketer, a production assistant and a researcher over the past two months.
With plans to continue its growth in the future, the business is currently advertising for a paid media specialist role, as well as two more Government Kickstart positions – a social media creative and junior artworker.
Neale added: “It’s so exciting and such a joy to see the company grow, and to be seeing all of this during the difficult times we’ve all had to face recently is just astounding.”