Fulford to head planning team at I-Level

LONDON - I-Level has appointed Adam Fulford to the newly created role of head of planning.

Fulford: appointed head of planning at I-Level
Fulford: appointed head of planning at I-Level

Fulford joins the digital media agency from Tullo Marshall Warren, where he was group planning and intelligence director. 

His appointment follows a strategic review of I-level's business. Fulford's role will centre on speeding up the development of the company's planning team. 

Before joining Tullo Marshall Warren, he was head of marketing at financial company Cetelem for four years, where he was responsible for brand development and the launch of its personal loans and cards portfolio.

During his tenure at Tullo Marshall Warren, he held a number of roles including head of business planning. 

 

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