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July 3, 2015

More Power for Roller with Even More Company Growth

Written By Martin Sandhu

June has been a very busy month for us all here at Roller, and we’re pleased to have ended the month with more company growth, two new team members, and a heat wave.

New Team Member Rebecca

After bidding farewell to our former Marketing Account Executive we are pleased to have filled the role with our new team member Rebecca Larkin.

Fresh out of university Rebecca brings with her a varied knowledge of best practise marketing techniques and experience in putting them to work at both Nottingham City Council and Nottingham Credit Union.

Having completed her degree last month Rebecca is looking forward to receiving a 2:1 in Media and Communications from Nottingham Trent University at her graduation ceremony later in July.

Rebecca’s main responsibilities here will be managing Roller’s social media channels, looking after a few clients and creating blog content.

When asked what Rebecca is most looking forward to here at Roller, she stated “I’m really looking forward to looking after Roller’s social media sites and coming up with exciting new blog content.”

When she’s not at Roller you’ll find Rebecca either reading a good book, enjoying a cup of tea, or playing on the PS4.


New Team Member Alex

The second new addition to the team comes in the form of a brand new Business Account Executive role, being filled by Alex Titcomb.

Alex comes to us after working at a B2B Marketing Agency, specialising in business development, sales and inbound marketing. His main task here at Roller will be looking after our clients and helping spearheading Rollers growth as an agency.

Alex is proud to have gained a 2:1 in International Relations and Politics from the University of Sheffield and is greatly looking forward to using his skills here at Roller.
Alex commented, “I’m looking forward to helping Roller grow. I can’t wait to start working closely with clients and help them achieve their strategic goals”

In his spare time you’ll find this heavy metal fan either listening to music, lifting weights, or playing video games.