We are recruiting!

We are looking for a Senior Account Manager to take on the responsibility of managing and growing an ever increasing number of clients from a varied range of sectors.

You will be responsible for managing client communications and expectations while accurately interpreting the client needs to the wider agency team. Additionally you will be able to provide genuine brand and marketing insight; channel neutral ideas and innovations that can transform clients businesses for the better. You will ensure clients receive regular communication, quotes, reports, objectives, proposals and you will find new opportunities with existing clients. You will also develop accurate and engaging briefs and schedule jobs, working with the wider
agency team to deliver on time and budget.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Day-to-day client and project management
  • Identifying opportunities with existing accounts
  • Developing new business opportunities
  • Building relationships with existing clients
  • Taking, understanding and interpreting client briefs
  • To measure and report on sales performance to the management team on a regular basis
  • Manage internal marketing collateral ensuring that is at it’s very best and up to date in order to support the new business strategy

The Candidate:

The successful candidate for this role will need to have at least 6 years experience in a similar agency role and have a proven track record.

Key Skills & Attributes:

  • Experienced and confident in the role
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and CRM systems
  • Excellent presentation and communication skills
  • Impeccable written and verbal skills
  • Proven track record in client management in a similar role
  • Strong digital experience
  • Negotiation and project management skills
  • Be able to work to agreed KPI measures for activity
  • A confident, strong personality that can stand out in a small team
  • This role requires someone who is really passionate about the business and has
    a genuine interest in and enthusiasm for, all aspects of brand and marketing

£30 – £35k depending on experience

If this sounds like the kind of opportunity you’re looking for please email your CV and introduction over to info@theagencylimited.com

Love this clever packaging solution from student Seulbi Kim. Not just innovative and practical, it ticks a lot of boxes in terms of sustainability.

Love this clever packaging solution from student Seulbi Kim. Not just innovative and practical, it ticks a lot of boxes in terms of sustainability.


Logo’s are a work of art

The work of Los Angeles-based designer and artist Jorge Oswaldo is largely influenced by the logos of mega corporations. He utilizes techniques found in the design and commercial world by working with automotive car paint, vinyl and silk-screens.

More of his art can be seen at jorgeoswaldo.com

Surprised more like this have not emerged…

Surprised more like this have not emerged…


Love this promotional work for Science World.


"CMYK Playing Cards, brilliantly stripping away all the heritage and history of good playing card design, we’ve removed everything we could, The suits have been swapped for the printer’s choice of ink: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black, and the design on the back created from the kind of utilitiarian registration marks and checks usually never seen by the public.”

 Clever, simple and as easy as ever to use - the cards are coloured by different opacities of ink, creating an amazing gradient when fanned out in your hand during that tense print-ready poker game…


The new brand and packaging for Jamie Oliver at Gatwick Airport is a fantastic tribute to the visual language of travel.


Simple, elegant and creative advertising for the Restaurant Mirador del Alto. 


Nivea have smoothed out their identity.

Although a circle version of the logo has been used before, and is currently what’s on the Nivea website, it is not officially the sole logo: Try a Google Image Search for Nivea logo and wince in pain. On its current range of products the Nivea wordmark is delivered in a rectangle with an unflattering curve with cheap gradients hanging from the bottom. The idea of establishing a single logo is not just good but much needed. Basing it on the iconic tin can is the perfect rallying cry for the company to adopt it and stick with it. It’s unfortunate that the kerning wasn’t fixed, you can put a whole body lotion bottle between the “NI” pair. It’s a tricky word to kern, but I am sure it could have been tweaked…


At Sony Music Headquarters in Kensington a new project has been unveiled documenting the company’s 125 year musical history. Designed by Alex Fowkes the typographical installation covers almost 150 square meters and features every artist signed to Sony Music and its affiliated labels from the foundation of Columbia Records in 1887 to the present day.