Payne Stracey has recruited two new directors to work on its
management board, Pippa Easton and James Davies.
Davies joins Payne Stracey from Limbo, where he ran the Audi account for
more than two years. During this time Audi won a number of awards and,
in April 1997, became the first direct marketing campaign to be
shortlisted at D&AD. In the same year, it took a gold for brand building
at the Direct Marketing Association awards.
At Payne Stracey, Davies will take the role of board account director on
the agency’s Nissan account.
Easton joins the agency as a board account director with special
responsibility for the new Barclays’ b2 business, having spent the past
two years working as a consultant. Among her recent projects are
Sainsbury’s Reward Card and British Gas. She has also worked for direct
marketing agencies, including WWAV Rapp Collins.
The appointments follow a series of new-business wins for Payne Stracey,
including Age Concern and Barclayloan Select.