A series of new business signings has prompted 2nd Byte to further strengthen its management team. With car manufacturers Bentley and Land Rover joining the 2nd Byte client list so far this year, the company has recruited three more senior managers.
Andy Whitehair joins the 2nd Byte as development manager from Nissan UK and a a consultant for Suzuki. Senior project manager Wendy Bott joins from Toyota.
New account manager Alex Lowe moves to 2nd Byte after holding e-commerce marketing positions with the former Rover Group. Lowe will help manage relationships with clients like BMW, Renault and Jaguar.
Jerry Horwood, 2nd Byte's managing director, said: "Our ability to attract e-commerce professionals who offer major brand experience is evidence that we're heading in the right direction. More importantly it should demonstrate that we genuinely offer industry-leading levels of knowledge and expertise."