18 February 2016
Company Boost with East of England Appointment
think has appointed Martine Watker as director of East of England, to continue to drive our growth and reach in the region.
Martine has an extensive knowledge of the communications sector, having worked in event management, branding and marketing throughout the UK, South East Asia and Australia. Based in Norwich, she joins the team to support the increasing number of clients with an East Anglian presence, including 3 Sun, N-Sea and JDC Corporate Finance.
Rachel Creegan, MD at think, said: “Martine has a wealth of experience in driving communications agencies forward, both in the UK and internationally."
Rachel Creegan, MD at think said: “Martine has a wealth of experience in driving communications agencies forward, both in the UK and internationally. Along with her forward-thinking approach, her appointment ensures that we are in an excellent position to further expand the growth of think in the East of England, providing valuable on the ground support for existing and new clients.”
Commenting on her appointment, Martine said: “think is a communications agency with an impressive track record across a range of sectors. The company has grown significantly in the last year with new service offerings, including its design division, thinkCreative. It is an exciting time to become part of the team, and I look forward to bringing think’s PR, marketing and design skills to my local area.”
Latterly, Martine played an instrumental role within the not-for-profit organisation EEEGR (East of England Energy Group) as commercial and communications manager, where she supported its 400 commercial business members.
Rachel continued; “Whilst think’s client base ranges from leisure, to consumer, to professional services, it is as experts in the energy sector that we are best known. The services we offer to our oil and gas, renewables and decommissioning clients across the globe is highly relevant to this region. We look forward to helping build and maintain the profile of East Anglia’s businesses at home and abroad, not least during this challenging time for the energy industry.”