TMW duo quit for digital agency

aqua qIndependent agency Aqueduct has beefed up its top team by hiring two senior TMW Unlimited executives.
Chief creative officer Gareth James (pictured), who has been at TMW for 14 years, becomes creative partner, while Guillaume Baut-Ménard returns to the business as chief technical officer after a three year stint at TMW.
Founded in August 2002 by Rob Oubridge, the business claims it is not a digital agency, rather an agency for the digital age. It sepcialises in digital marketing strategy, creative services, web design and build, and mobile app development.
Aqueduct clients include two Premiership football clubs Manchester City and Sunderland, as well as Network Rail, Grant’s whisky and Lloyd’s of London.
James will report to Oubridge and managing director Tim Seddon, sit on the board, and lead the agency’s creative output.
He said: “A constant stream of new innovations and emerging technologies make this a great time to be working in our industry and we’ll be looking to harness these to give our clients the edge.
“Aqueduct’s desire to build truly collaborative teams and its nimble working environment are also a great draw.”

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