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Baigent expands to handle new client wins

Charity website development agency Baigent, which works with the British Red Cross and Cancer Research UK, is expanding by recruiting several new personnel to following new client wins including the British Skin Foundation and a drug awareness website for the London Boroughs of Kingston and Richmond.

Andy Voyce has joined Baigent as Account Director from the international Christian charity BMS World Mission, and June Dobbs and Kate Barrow have joined as Account Managers.

At BMS World Mission Voyce was involved with managing the multimedia team and was responsible for the strategic development of the website and a personal supporters programme designed to develop a new income stream.
June Dobbs has a Masters in Design Strategy & Innovation from Brunel University. She has broad experience with clients across travel, IT, finance, academic and design/new media sectors, and was previously manager of Designplus, part of the government-funded knowledge transfer initiative WestFocus.
Kate Barrow joins Baigent from Blackwell Publishing, where she was a Sales Account Manager within the UK Sales Department.

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