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Hello Earth Ends Year With Four New Hires, Four New Clients

A positive close to 2022 for the performance marketing agency with new hires and new client wins from Lululemon, Vorda, Temple Cycles and Fushi

Award-winning ecommerce marketing agency, Hello Earth has ended 2022 on a high, with four new hires, multiple new business wins and the expansion of its growth service list to now include SEO.

“We’re excited to be closing out a year of sustainable growth in this very positive way. Performance based marketing remains a key focus and priority for Hello Earth as we move into 2023,” says Stephanie Fisher, Founder & Director at Hello Earth.

“Introducing SEO into that mix ensures we remain fully integrated and focussed on the wider digital journey. Hello Earth has experienced excellent growth over the last couple of years. These new key hires will ensure we can continue to push the boundaries of what the team and agency can deliver on behalf of our clients,” Stephanie adds.

Formerly of marketing agency Strategiq, Levi Clucas joins Hello Earth Agency as SEO Manager, launching the agency’s new SEO offering. Levi brings with her five years’ of PR and SEO experience working agency side with big-name clients, including TONI&GUY and Reuters.

“SEO enables brands to invest in their own assets, such as their website, and pair with platform-based advertising, such as Meta and Google Ads,” says Phil Kiel, Managing Director at Hello Earth. “It’s a longer-term, more sustainable marketing strategy, which is incredibly useful for our clients in an increasingly competitive marketplace, as the benefits from SEO compound over time. Where we use Ads to generate intent, SEO helps us capture that intent and meet users where and when they are looking for brands and services.”

Also joining the team in November, Charli Ferrand Higgins’ focus as Head of Operations will be to put people, purpose and innovation at the heart of the agency. With 15 years’ experience both in-agency and client-side, Charli’s more recent focus has been supporting the sustainable growth and operations of aspiring purpose-driven organisations, and writing online courses for Cambridge University’s Institute for Sustainability Leadership, the first of which – Sustainability in Marketing, Media and Creative – launched in September 2022.

Adding further support to the agency’s email and content offering, Kira Penrhyn-Jones joins the agency as Email & Content Planner. Completing the raft of new hires is Megan Taylor, who joins from Add People as Paid Media Manager.

The new hires come off the back of a very successful year for the ever-expanding Hello Earth agency, which added Lululemon, Vorda, Temple Cycles and Fushi to its client roster in the last six months. The agency also celebrated the recognition of its founder, Stephanie Fisher, who was selected as one of the 100 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch by The Telegraph and NatWest in November.

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