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The Corner Announces Four Key Hires

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Jo Roife, Abbey Gaunt, Monique Waul and Stacey Stollery join effective immediately

The Corner Announces Four Key Hires

The Corner, the independent creative agency announces today it’s appointment of four key members of staff; head of customer engagement Jo Roife, strategist Abbey Gaunt, data analyst Monique Waul and head of people, Diversity and Development Stacey Stollery. 

It’s only four months since The Corner bought back its independence from the Be Heard Partnership in September 2020. Within the first month since it gained full autonomy The Corner announced three new business wins and three months later its back with even more great news; that despite a global pandemic it’s growing.

The former head of people and culture at the youth agency Livity, Stacey Stollery has spent the last three years working as a consultant before joining The Corner as head of people, diversity and development. Her primary focus will be to create an environment where employees from all backgrounds can enjoy their work and flourish. She will drive learning across the business and build a training programme for all members of the agency.

Over the last six months, Jo Rolfe has worked as a strategic consultant for the Captain Tom Moore foundation; supporting the organisation's launch and creating their fundraising strategy. A VCCP veteran, she spent two and a half years working within VCCP Ignite as director of CX strategy and until April of last year, as CSO. At The Corner, Rolfe  is tasked with making CX a central capability within the day to day working practice of the agency. Bringing together all communications solutions and formalising CX as part of the agency’s offering. 

Abbey Gaunt joins from The Good Agency where she worked as Brand planner for clients such as Scope Disability Charity, Makeshift, RNIB, John Lewis and Estée Lauder. Monqiue Waul spent the last two years at Feelunique.com as a digital analyst, using Google Analytics, Content Square and Big Query to produce data that informed key decision makers with insights and recommendations. 

Neil Simpson, founding partner and CEO, The Corner said: “Our re-independence liberates us to start building an agency that is fit for the future. Bringing in these talented individuals, is the next significant step towards that. It makes me excited and very proud.”

All appointments are effective immediately.

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The Corner London, Tue, 02 Feb 2021 16:34:27 GMT