Huge Appoints Alex Pym to Head Up New Business in London
Huge, 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Joins from SapientNitro
Digital agency Huge has announced the appointment of Alex Pym as business development director. Joining the London office in July, Pym is tasked with consolidating and accelerating the agency’s growth in the UK and across the rest of Europe.
A highly successful and well-regarded new business practitioner, Pym joins Huge from SapientNitro, where in the same role, he steered the agency towards a record level of new business wins. Prior to this, he worked as a business director at creativebrief, where he headed up the client services and business development teams.
Pym brings over 10 years of industry experience to his new role at Huge. Reporting directly to Huge London’s managing director Lee Woodard, he is tasked with leading the agency’s business development strategy. As part of his role, he will be responsible for developing pitch strategy, building and maintaining relationships with intermediaries, and growing Huge’s brand presence in the UK and across Europe.
A leading figure in new business, Pym sits on the IPA’s New Business and Marketing Group, which exists to serve as the voice of new business and marketing excellence. At Huge, he will form part of the leadership team.
Lee Woodard, managing director, Huge London comments: “Alex has an outstanding track record of securing new business and fostering agency growth. His varied background means he has a unique understanding of the mechanics and chemistry needed to build and execute a winning new business strategy. He joins Huge at an exciting time as we look to build on recent success and accelerate our growth in the UK and across Europe. Alex is a real shining star in the new business world and we’re delighted he’s joining Huge.”
Alex Pym adds: “Huge has set itself on an exciting path of growth. Its London presence is becoming ever more established with some big hires in recent months and the launch of new offices in the heart of Shoreditch. Joining an agency with such ambitious plans for growth both in the UK and across Europe is an opportunity that was too great to resist.”