Bjorn Miller Joins Deepend As Technical Director

Bjorn Miller Joins Deepend As Technical Director
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Independent digital agency Deepend is set to strengthen its core technical and innovation capabilities in 2016 following the appointment of renowned digital specialist, Bjorn Miller, to technical director.

Bringing more than 15 years’ experience in web application and software development to the table, Miller is a multi-skilled IT expert, adept at managing high performing teams and providing leadership in technical solutions that capture clients’ imaginations.

Miller joins Deepend from Havas Worldwide where he was development team lead.

Miller said he is excited to join Deepend at a time of strong growth to help foster its evolution and help the agency stay agile in a highly competitive market.

“I live and breathe development, keeping up to date with ever-evolving trends, tools and software to ensure my clients have access to the latest thinking and solutions that will deliver on their objectives,” he said.

“I relish using cutting edge technologies to create engaging, functional solutions. It’s difficult to find a workplace where everyone is passionate and proud of what they do.  I see this in Deepend and can’t wait to thrive in that environment.”

Deepend founder and executive director Matt Griffin said Bjorn brings with him an impressive track record which will significantly contribute to Deepend’s strategic goals in 2016.

“Bjorn was a clear choice to lead our Technical Development department, with the vast scope of his experience encompassing an exceptional mix of technical knowledge and digital innovation,” he said.

“This position is a critical leadership role and Bjorn will provide insight and vision, strategy and planning, dedication and innovation in all technical aspects of business operations.”

Deepend is proudly part of a four-agency collective, the Deepend Group; an independent, digital communications and innovation consultancy group. The Deepend Group portfolio includes the leading specialist agencies Deepend (Digital), How To Impact (Innovation), Nomad (Mobile) and History Will Be Kind (PR/Social Media).

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