Tayburn scales up digital offering

(Left to right) Alex Dalton, Arnoldas Gatavynas, Katherine Parkinson and Sarah Watt of Tayburn

TAYBURN, the award-winning brand-led digital agency that earlier this year celebrated 40 years in business, has scaled up it’s digital offering in 2019 with 5 hires, as well as a promotion for Alex Dalton to Projects Director.

Among the new hires are Developer Arnoldas Gatavynas, Digital Marketing Manager Sarah Watt and Digital Project Manager, Katherine Parkinson who join the expanding team following the appointment of experienced Creative Director Ricky Stevens, back in January.  The agency has strengthened its team and digital credentials to match increased activity both in the UK and internationally, with around one-third of the agency’s revenue now coming from international clients. 

Joint Managing Director Malcolm Stewart said: “Our strategic hires align with our growth plans and also relate closely to our digital offering which covers digital products, digital experiences and digital marketing.”

Richard Simpson, Tayburn’s Joint Managing Director said: “Our mantra at Tayburn centres around creating spectacular value for our clients and we know we need a cutting edge digital team underpinned by the high quality creative talent to do this.”

Tayburn has launched some high profile client projects this year with Scottish Rugby’s new website and a digital campaign for Boë gin featuring Paloma Faith. Tayburn also counts Skyscanner, FNZ, Heineken and Network Rail on its client list and the agency is set to reveal a series of new project wins over the next few months.  

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