Meet Helen Butterfield, our newest recruit!

We welcomed Helen Butterfield this month, who joined the team as a new Marketing Support Executive.

After graduating with an English degree from the University of Liverpool in 2014, Helen worked for a year in NHS public engagement and has recently returned from four months’ travelling around Australia and South East Asia.

When asked her thoughts about joining the team at Northern Media she said:

“I’m really excited to get stuck into my new role here at Northern Media, it’s been a really positive experience so far. I’m particularly looking forward to supporting the Marketing Executives with their clients and developing my commercial skills within the company. It’s a great time to be joining Northern Media and I’m eager to play a part in its continued growth.”

Chris Elliott, Managing Director of Northern Media, said:

“As soon as we met Helen we knew she was the right fit for the business. We needed somebody who had commercial experience with a broad range of skills that would complement and support our existing team and Helen has all of these attributes. I have no doubt she will play an important role in the continued growth of Northern Media.

“Helen is the latest addition to our already strong team of young creatives and everybody at Northern Media is looking forward to working with her.”

Northern Media is a full service digital marketing agency based in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. For more information on the services we provide, please get in touch with our Sales Director Jonathan Scott by calling 01924 367 105.

Written by Jonathan Scott

Sales Director

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