22 December 2016

Say hello to our new Marketing Manager

We’re thrilled to welcome Chris to the Synergy team.

We’ve been doing a lot of celebrating lately, and we’re doing a bit more as we say hello to our new Marketing Manager, Chris Giddings.


Chris joins Synergy having spent the majority of his career in London, driving the marketing and communications for some of the UK’s top brand, digital and PR agencies including Rufus Leonard and Nice Agency (Karmarama). Chris has been tasked with leading Synergy’s own marketing, building our profile and helping grow the business further.


Gemma McGrattan, Synergy’s director, said: “2016 has been a great year for Synergy, we’ve grown our business and our brand really well, with a raft of new clients and an ever-increasing list of awards. Now is the time to build on this foundation, and we’re thrilled to have Chris, with his experience, knowledge and expertise, on board to support us with our plans for 2017 and beyond.”


Chris Giddings said: “I’ve been so impressed by the work, people and passion at Synergy. We’ve got a superb client base, a brilliant environment and all the attributes needed to support brands in engaging their employees to deliver best-in-class customer experience. It’s an exciting opportunity at a huge point in Synergy’s history and I can’t wait to get stuck in.”




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