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Glasgows appoint two new Directors

Leading national Event, Digital and Video production agency Glasgows has appointed two new directors, Liz Hindle and Tim Lowell to work with current directors Paul Morey, Paul Leeks and non-executive founder chairman Ron Glasgow.
The company, established 30 years ago, has an impressive client list including Network Rail, Sellafield Ltd, the Ministry of Defence, the Greater London Authority and the Association of Teachers and Lecturers.

It recently received national recognition in winning the Communications Effectiveness Gold Award at the industry’s EVCOM Screens Awards 2016 for a video produced on behalf of the Police Federation of England and Wales, entitled ‘You don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone’.

Marking its 30th anniversary, Glasgows has refreshed its brand, identity and website in line with its ethos that “Everything is Possible”. Last month, the company was the first agency to work with new Prime Minister, Teresa May, filming in Downing Street on her first morning of residence.

Liz Hindle said, ‘It's a really exciting time to be working at Glasgows, we've been working phenomenally hard over the last 12 months to revolutionise our digital services and products that has led to some important client wins.’

Tim Lowell added, ‘Glasgows has an incredible 30 year history and I’m really proud to be part of it. What's more, I’m delighted to be in a position to help shape a new period of growth and expansion. With investment in new technology and recent recruitment of new staff to our highly creative team I can see a fantastic future ahead for the company.’

Liz and Tim have a combined 21 years’ experience as Lead Project and Production Managers with the company.

Joint Managing Director Paul Leeks said: ‘We are delighted to see Liz and Tim joining the Board. Both have been valuable assets to Team Glasgows for many years bringing with them a wealth of experience and importantly an intrinsic understanding of the company’s values.’

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