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Tangerine Group’s workforce hits 50 following seven new hires

Tangerine Group has appointed another seven employees following a number of high-profile client wins, taking the total number of workers at the firm to 50.

The group’s consumer arm has recruited three new members. Aimee Horwich, formerly of Peppermint PR, has taken on the role of senior account executive, while Sam Dulson and Hannah Ingram will provide additional support to the team’s community and automotive accounts.

Alice Newsham, who also used to work at Peppermint, has joined the B2B team as a senior account executive.

Group managing director, Sandy Lindsay, said, “We are in a period of rapid growth, following a very strong start to our financial year.”

The group is always on the lookout for talented individuals to join the company, she added.

Juice Digital, Tangerine PR’s sister company, has welcomed Becky Yardley as an online community manager.

Tangerine Group, established in 2002, has also appointed Andrea Keane as the new head of finance and operations. And Zoe Davies has joined the finance and operations department as finance and HR administrator.

By Kirsty Hewitt

Imgae: (l-r): Andrea Keane, Hannah Ingram, Alice Newsham, Becky Yardley, Aimee Horwich, Sam Dulson, Zoe Davies

Tangerine Group’s workforce hits 50 following seven new hires
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