Manchester and Hertfordshire-based digital consultancy, J B Cole continues to grow as it announces a new client win and the appointment of three team members.
Following a string of new client wins over the last quarter, the latest addition is the UK’s leading Oriental grocer, Wing Yip. The popular supermarket, which has four sites across the UK, appointed J B Cole to rebuild and redesign the online store and enhance its eCommerce capabilities.
Josh Bolland, co-founder and managing director of J B Cole, comments: “Through adversity, we have had a busy 2020, serving both existing and new clients alike. Our eCommerce design, development and integration capabilities have been in particular demand lately, which we have put down in part to the surge in need for eCommerce solutions driven by lockdown.”
J B Cole has also bolstered its team with the arrival of client services manager, Mollie McNicholas, and production team Ciaran Murray and Dave Taylor. The appointments are part of an ongoing recruitment drive for J B Cole, which isn’t stopping yet.
“Our teams, like those around the country have been put through their paces, working hard from home during lockdown and continuing to strive for the highest level of service for the clients we look after,” said Josh. “Over the next few months, we’re expecting to continue to thrive with further new client projects and I’m confident that the knowledge and experience of our new starters will strengthen our already exceptional team of technical, functional and digital talent.”
On joining J B Cole as client services manager, Mollie McNicholas says: “It has been a great opportunity to become part of such a respected and successful digital consultancy like J B Cole. I’m really looking forward to working with the team and clients to ensure we build a strong foundation to enable the continued growth of the company.”
J B Cole has established itself as a leading digital transformation agency in the UK, celebrating its 10th birthday this year having worked to date with clients including Morris Homes, The National Garden Scheme, NHS, Nokia and The National Trust and many others.