As Hampton continues to grow we welcome our new account managers: Kelsey and Georgie. In her free time, Kelsey's either watching a Netflix Original or learning how to code (just for fun!). When Georgie's not planning marketing campaigns, she's hill walking with her Black Lab Roxy. Get to know our new additions…
We have made two key appointments as we continue to expand our business across Scotland.
Georgina Hay and Kelsey Barbour have both joined Hampton as account managers and will be responsible for a broad range of clients including Aberdeen Sports Village, BrewDog, Mackie’s, Petrofac and VisitAberdeenshire.
Hampton offers a range of services including brand development, design and print management, website design and development, marketing and digital communications.
Georgina joins Hampton from deck machinery specialist ACE Winches, where she held the position of marketing and communications executive, and brings with her more than seven years’ marketing experience. Prior to her role at Ace Winches, she was a marketing executive with transport group, First Aberdeen. Georgina has a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in marketing from the University of Strathclyde, which she gained in 2012.
Kelsey joins Hampton from local business improvement district organisation, Aberdeen Inspired, where she was its digital communications and marketing manager. She has more than five years’ experience having previously worked for local charity, Sport Aberdeen, and media and publishing business, DC Thomson. Kelsey has Master of Arts (MA) degree in business and management, which she gained in 2014.
Hampton managing director, Morven Mackenzie said: “2019 proved to be an incredibly busy year for us and saw us win numerous new client accounts, launch additional service offerings and build upon our presence in the Central Belt and London.
“Both Georgina and Kelsey are experienced marketing professionals and bring with them a huge wealth of knowledge and skill, and we look forward to them forming part of our team as we continue to grow and expand.”