Leeds-based digital agency Engage has appointed a performance marketing director.
Gregg Turner has been appointed to lead the agency on the development and implementation of their new proposition and to grow the performance arm of the business. This encompasses a range of existing specialisms including search engine optimisation (SEO), paid search, social media, email marketing, and reporting and analytics.
In order to expand its offering, the £9m turnover agency has appointed 21 new people since January 2022, with the performance marketing department currently standing at 18 people working across the various specialisms.
Gregg Turner said: “I’m really excited to start this new position, focusing on re-positioning and growing the performance marketing services at Engage. The team is extremely talented and the culture at the agency makes it an amazing environment to work in. I’m delighted to be joining Engage which shares the same ambitions around growth, and as Leeds’ first Certified B Corporation is committed to making a positive impact as well as delivering a high-quality level of service for their clients.
“Given the current climate, it’s never been so important for us to work closely with clients to maximise their budgets and the effectiveness of our offering. I’m looking forward to working with the board, particularly when it comes to delivering in-depth reporting and analytics, to grow the performance marketing service and help to prevent our clients from wasting money in the marketing space.”
Alex Willcocks, founder of Engage, added: “At Engage we are committed to providing our clients with a service that will maximise their brand visibility and provide them with a strong return on investment.
“Times continue to be tough for both consumers and brands, and over the next 12 months we want to strengthen our offering to provide clients with even better results that give them a strong return on investment. Bringing Gregg on board to strengthen our performance marketing offering was a no-brainer as it will enable us to deliver a more joined up approach with an improved focus on data insights and analysis.”