Influencer marketing agency HooZu has announced the appointment of Rebecca Evans to the position of client services director.
Evans brings diverse professional experience to the HooZu team, having worked across some of the world’s most disruptive sharing economy businesses, including Deliveroo and Uber.
Formerly a business account manager at Deliveroo, Evans played a crucial role in maintaining and developing relationships between the brand and its corporate partners.
Evans was also part of the original team for Uber in the UK, where she both executed and assisted in some of the company’s best-known campaigns, namely ‘UberIceCream’ and ‘UberGiving’.
HooZu CEO Nathan Ruff said he was delighted to welcome Evans to the team.
“It’s rare to find someone who has had such depth of experience across multiple cutting-edge businesses,” he said.
“Her proven experience working across fast-paced environments makes her a perfect addition to our team.”
Commenting on her appointment, Evans said she was excited to make the move into influencer marketing.
“The influencer marketing industry is booming and I knew I wanted the next stage of my career to be in the sector,” she said.
“What stood out to me about HooZu is their deep expertise across a wealth of fields, from food to sports and everything in between. The team is incredibly dynamic and has an impressive combined skill set.
“In my new role, I look forward to supporting the business in providing the best possible service to new and existing clients.”
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