London-based consultancy Kemistry has hired a new team to accommodate its future expansion plans.
The consultancy has appointed Paul Sloan, former BBC news and current affairs department manager, to head the current studio and gallery in Shoreditch. At the BBC, Sloan managed the intranet site and editorial database systems.
Junior designer Roxanne Silverwood and production assistant Paul Munro have also been appointed.
Kemistry is still looking for a senior designer and branding specialist to join the team.
Kemistry managing director Omar Honigh says, ‘We are in an exciting period of growth at the moment. We are winning new projects, being offered more work from our core clients and looking at bigger premises. We are in a very strong position business-wise going into 2008.’
Kemistry has forged a reputation developing on- and off-screen visual brand identities for clients including CNN International, BBC, ITV Channel 4 and National Geographic, since the company was founded in 1996.
It is now working on a raft of international projects for Nokia, NPO in Holland and Czech Republic’s Prima TV.