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Armitage Communications Welcomes New Account Director

Armitage Communications has welcomed Ian Jarrett to the team as Account Director. Ian joins the agency with a strong engineering background, and more than 25 years of experience in both the electronics and industrial automation sectors.

Ian will assist in helping develop and grow the agency; and brings a wealth of knowledge to the role, specializing in global marketing communications, content generation, media relations and strategic marketing.  

“I am really excited to be joining Armitage Communications” stated Ian. “Armitage has an unrivalled reputation for content generation for the B2B technology and engineering industries and as part of Napier it has a great future ahead. What’s more the whole organisation has a very transparent set of company values that benefits both its employees and its customers. For me it was important to join a business where hard work and integrity is appreciated and rewarded.” 

“I am delighted Ian has joined Armitage, bringing his extensive experience and marketing expertise to our team,” commented Mike Maynard, managing director of the Napier Group. “We have already seen strong growth in the business since acquiring Armitage and Ian will help us continue to expand by bringing knowledge, creativity and enthusiasm that client’s value.”

Ian will be working closely with several of Armitage’s key clients, including Airbus, Nokia and ADB Safegate.


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