Kaleidoscope names new Project Director
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Vicky Diamond-Gwynne to the newly formed role of Project Director.
Vicky has joined from Liverpool-based consultancy, Corporate Culture where she worked as Senior Project Manager. In her new role, she will be heading up our project management team, bringing her strategic and critical thinking to enhance the service we provide to our growing portfolio of clients.
The expansion of the team marks the start of a new chapter for the agency, which is building on a solid foundation after consecutive years of rising profits and fee income, and the conclusion of a five-year buy-out of co-founder Mike Edwards who stepped back in April.
This period of change comes hot on the heels of a number of new project wins for the agency over the last year including Iceland Foods and Liverpool City Region Combined Authority.
James Kirk, MD at Kaleidoscope comments: “Vicky’s introduction to the team is a signal of our intent to build on what we’ve achieved in recent years and apply an increasing strategic focus into our work. Even during this period of global uncertainty that sees many businesses hesitant for the future, we have a strong platform and continue to monitor the situation in order to make the right decisions that will enable the agency to keep growing.”
Reflecting on his departure from the agency, co-founder Mike Edwards comments; “It has been a privilege to help lead this unique company for over 30 years, working alongside some of the very best in the business, past and present. But the time has come for me to start the next chapter of my life and pursue some long-held ambitions.”
“As I have stepped back more and more from the day to day business over the past couple of years, it has been brilliant to see how James and the fellow directors have developed the business into new areas and an ever increasing number of clients, I know it’s in good hands and in my view has never been stronger. I look forward to watching the company flourish into the next stage of its evolution.”