Loom Digital is celebrating the end of a fruitful Q1 as the company announces new hires, welcomes new clients, and completes the rollout of its structural and behavioural evolution. Called “Project Stitch”, the business began revisiting its foundations earlier this year and made the decision to do away with job titles and embrace a flat structure, to better service clients and empower its team.
The business has upweighted its biddable media (Google Ads, Microsoft Ads) and biddable social media (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest) offerings as demand in the market grows. This is reflected in two of the new hires as Jacob Zurawski, an experienced PPC and biddable media specialist, joins from Shift Active Media and Matt Cooper, also a PPC and biddable media specialist, joins from Atelier Studios. Meanwhile, with three years’ digital experience under her belt, Ellen Stone is Loom Digital’s newest digital marketing specialist, previously working at C3.
The Loom Digital team has also welcomed a wide range of new clients to its base, including Event Store; Havebike; Play Away; Sew Over It and Smithson Gallery. Now in its 12th year, the company’s sharp focus on making business’s online investments work harder continues.
Based in Temple Studios in the heart of Bristol, with the team currently working from home due to Covid, Loom is co-owned by the original founder, Nicola Ellison, and Karen Pearce.
Karen says, “Our new business structure (as rolled out under ‘Project Stitch) allows our team to take ownership of their careers, have more opportunity for personal growth and shape. It is also the catalyst for ensuring that all of our clients continue to receive the service we’re renowned for.
“We’re delighted to start the year on a high, after uncertainty across the industry this time last year. After steering our clients through the pandemic, we’re well set up to help businesses maximise their digital channels, and it’s also great to be helping such a wide range of companies who are new to Loom. Biddable media management has been particularly in demand and requires specialist skillsets. We need to employ and nurture the brightest digital talent and in Jacob, Matt and Ellen we’ve been able to welcome three stars.”