DIGITAL marketing agency Bring Digital have appointed a new Managing Director to lead the company through a record period of growth for the North West business.

Justin Young, former Chief Digital Officer at Comfy Quilts Limited, steps into the role of Managing Director to drive the business forward through its next phase of expansion.

The move comes on the back of a record 12 months in which Bring Digital secured contracts with high-profile brands like American Golf, Formula 1 and Cotton Traders, as well as winning several prestigious industry awards.

Justin brings with him fifteen years of senior management experience within the eCommerce sector.

His credits include operating board-level roles at nationally renowned brands like Phones4U and Shop Direct, as well as leading both retail and digital SMEs.

He said: "It’s such a pleasure to be working with so many committed and talented people.

“It’s rare that you’re able to take the wheel of a business that is consistently achieving incredible results and has such a wonderful client base.

“I look forward to the exciting opportunities that lie ahead,” he adds.

Having served as a non-executive director of Bring Digital since early 2019, it became evident to the board that Justin had the experience and expertise necessary to help steer the company during a time of unprecedented growth.

The founder of Bring Digital, David Ingram, will stay with the business in a strategic delivery role. He will be working closely on key client accounts to sustain and develop the world-class digital delivery the agency has built its reputation on.

Speaking of the new appointment, David said: “Justin’s talent for helping high-growth eCommerce brands reach their full potential is only going to strengthen our client proposition.

"His leadership experience within both agencies and brands means he’s closely aligned with our mission of providing a truly immersive agency partnership.

“Myself and the board are fully sold on his vision for the business, and we’re excited to back him over the coming years”