Former Psona chief Andy Snuggs has joined branding and customer experience agency start-up Future Kings as managing partner with a brief to take the business to the next stage of its growth.
The agency was founded in January last year by three former directors of Smith & Milton, Ben Mott, Steven Anderson and Tony Stiles.
Future Kings, whose clients include Pernod Ricard, financial advice service Punter Southall and The University of the West of England (UWE), has offices in both London and Bristol.
It offers brand strategy, communications, employee engagement and customer experience.
Snuggs started his career at Proximity London, where he was marketing and board director, but switched to Geronimo in 2001. He eventually became a majority shareholder after buying out founder Julian Dodds.
He joined Communisis-owned Psona in November 2014 when it acquired Geronimo amd merged it with The Communications Agency to form Psona.
Snuggs left late last year and has been working in a number of consultancy roles since then.
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