Publishing communications agency FMcM Associates has promoted Daniel Kramb to head of content, overseeing the agency's digital strategies.
FMcM’s expanding offer in this area includes virtual events, videography projects, advertising campaigns, brand and ad design, and integrated content marketing strategies.
FMcM’s digital strategies, led by Kramb, have included a virtual events programme for the international Cundill History Prize, a launch video for the University of East Anglia’s CW50 celebration marking 50 years of its famed creative-writing degree, the first fully digital awards ceremony of the year for the Rathbones Folio Prize, and a content-driven media campaign for the British Book Awards, in addition to the relaunch of the FMcM website.
The FMcM digital team includes senior communications manager and Bookseller 2020 Rising Star Ashton Bainbridge, who leads on social media, and communications officer Robert Greer.
Kramb joined FMcM as communications manager in 2017, following four years as a journalist at the Financial Times. He also runs his own publishing imprint, Lonely Coot.
Agency c.e.o. Fiona McMorrough said: “We have had a great year at FMcM, with the whole team working long hours and delivering exceptional work across the breadth of our clients. But Daniel in particular has taken the reins of our digital pivot, to the delight of our clients, and the work speaks for itself. I am very pleased to promote Daniel to head of content at FMcM, and to announce a new division for the company with an expanded creative content offer.”