New appointment at Swindon design agency

By Anita Jaynes on 18 June, 2015

Leading Swindon design and branding agency, Jazzbones, based in Old Town has announced the appointment of marketer Michelle Jones.

The new appointment driven by growth will add both vast marketing experience and local insight into their operation.

Michelle joins the team after five successful years as marketing manager for Forward Swindon. She has in-depth knowledge of the town’s business community and her experience planning strategic marketing campaigns will be a real benefit to Jazzbones’ clients of all shapes and sizes.

Michelle has an enviable understanding of how to plan, source, execute and measure all aspects of strategic and tactical marketing plans, comprising traditional and digital elements. She has specific expertise in the creation and management of web presence, event management, social media and online lead generation.

In previous roles Michelle has worked as global promotions manager and account manager for firms such as Swindon Borough Council. Celador International and Carlson Marketing. Working with brands such as Warner Brothers, 20th Century Fox, L’Oreal, Sega, Stella Artois, MAN trucks, Nationwide, Intel, Zurich, MacArthur Glen Outlet Village, MSN and ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?’

Nathan Sandhu, managing director of Jazzbones said: “I have worked with Michelle on many creative projects for Forward Swindon and I always found her to be passionate, well-organised and full of great ideas. She was responsible for delivering some major marketing and digital projects and these were always delivered on-time and on budget. I’ve always thought she’d be a real asset to any marketing team, and now that team is Jazzbones I couldn’t be more delighted”.

Michelle’s dedication to the marketing cause has no limits. She has even donned a Honey Monster suit at marketing events. “I LOVE all things marketing, especially digital,” Michelle said, “and I’m a huge advocate of my home town. Jazzbones already play a key role in marketing some great local businesses and I can’t wait to start making a contribution to their success … and Swindon’s.”

To find out more about Jazzbones visit: www.jazzbones.co.uk

Pictured above: Michelle Jones of Jazzbones