Full service agency drp has appointed Adam Hill as front-end developer and Ian Beresford as digital content designer. drp apprentice Joel Onions is now digital assistant.
Hill will be structuring and styling the customer-facing area of websites that drp are building for their clients. He has over 10 years’ experience in this area, having worked previously at Stunn, where he did a variety of work ranging from print design, to web advertising graphics and apps, he is a welcome addition to the team.
Within the last four years drp has seen a staff retention of 90%, and has recruited 16 apprentices. Recent promotions in the team see Beresford moving into a full-time digital team role, and he will be supporting areas of projects such as, planning, UX, and digital design.
Onions, who joined the drpteam twelve months ago, has now completed his apprenticeship and has been offered a full time role as digital assistant.
Dale Parmenter, CEO at drp, said: “drp has been growing organically significantly across all divisions over the past few years, further re-enforcing our true multi-channel offering. The demand for digital products has developed substantially, and more and more clients require digital solutions for their events. We will also be continuing to provide apprenticeships into 2017, as a tangible way to learn and develop into a full-time role. ”
drp is continuously expanding the team, and currently has 181 highly specialist professionals in three different U.K. offices. The expansion is expected to grow organically during 2017, seeing further growth in all areas of the business.