Say hello to our new relationship director
Barques has strengthened its senior leadership team with the appointment of new relationship director, Anthony Bisseker.
With over twenty-five years of experience under his belt, Ant has operated across multiple sectors at a senior level, including client-side and agency roles in strategic management and business development with the likes of CBSO, Trinity Mirror and Marketing Birmingham.
Ant has joined us at an exciting time as we start to plan for the future and will play an integral part in supporting our continued growth as he will be responsible for developing our brand and our extensive portfolio of clients.
Talking about his move to Barques, Ant said: "I'm hugely excited to join such a well-established Midlands agency with a fabulous reputation. Barques is a dynamic and growing team of creative communications professionals delivering the best service to an enviable portfolio of high calibre clients.
"I'm looking forward to the challenge of building on Barques' success through a bold and powerful new brand proposition that will help us develop long-term and sustainable client relationships."
Barques has delivered creative, digital and communications services to start-ups, SMEs and national and multinational businesses for over 30 years. As we look forward to the future, it was essential to ensure our offering was up to date, reflected us as an agency - and, of course, looked fantastic.
As part of this process, we not only refreshed our brand proposition but have also revamped our social media channels and website, reaffirming our position in the agency marketplace.
Our managing director, Jilly Cosgrove, added: "I am really pleased that Anthony has chosen to embark on the next stage of his career with Barques. We have known each other in a professional capacity for several years and share the same honest and positive approach to client relationships and new business.
“It’s an exciting time for our agency as we look to the future and I’m confident that we have the best people in place to take Barques forward for another 30 years to come.”