New faces at Plymouth marketing agency Real Fusion

By 1st April 2013park news

CREATIVE marketing and communications agency Real Fusion has appointed of two new staff members to support new developments to the company’s services.

The Tamar Science Park-based business has welcomed Jan de Brauw as website developer and Rose Mortimore as public relations manager.

The appointments follow a successful year for the agency, which has expanded its portfolio to include PR alongside brand identity, graphic design, web design, e-business and marketing strategy.

Mr de Brauw has more than 15 years expertise in designing and building websites, supported by the latest web technologies and search engine optimisation.

He said: “A business’s website is now often the first point of call for potential customers.
“Initial impressions are paramount, so a well-designed and user-friendly website is a vital element to customer service for all businesses.”
Miss Mortimore will continue with her role as in-house PR officer for Plymouth Chamber of Commerce whilst working for Real Fusion one day a week.
She has already worked closely with the agency which is the Chamber’s communications partner.
Miss Mortimore, who moved to Plymouth last October, said: “Having worked with Real Fusion in my role with Plymouth Chamber, I’m excited at becoming a part of this dynamic team.
“Effective public relations is an important part of the marketing mix and I’m looking forward to supporting a variety of businesses in communicating their brand and raising their profile.”
Justin Smith, director at Real Fusion, said: “We are delighted to have Jan and Rose on board. The experience and skills they bring to the team, along with the addition of PR to our offering, will give clients an improved and more diverse marketing service.”
Founded in 2009, Real Fusion has developed a client base of local and national organisations, including Dame Hannah Rogers Trust, Visit South Devon, Bovey Castle, Securi-Guard and EuroPartnership Agency.
Recently it re-branded estate agents Luscombe May, and is currently working on projects with bus operator Stagecoach, and Plymouth-based DDRC (Diving Diseases Research Centre).

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