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Gregg Latchams welcomes new Marketing and Business Development Manager

We are thrilled to announce that we have a new Marketing and Business Development Manager at Gregg Latchams, to lead the strategic direction of our brand, marketing communications and generation of new growth areas.

Jo Stevens joins the business from her role as Head of Marketing at Mowbray Woodwards Solicitors and has previously worked in marketing for a wide range of clients including EDF Energy, Pink Lady Apples and Mattel toys. With over 20 years’ experience, her skills in the industry are second-to-none and we are excited to see her deploy new marketing strategies across the business.

Immersed in the world of law over the past five years, Jo’s experience has seen her develop specific sector expertise through her execution of commercially focused lead-generating campaigns. Jo will support our teams in both the Bristol and London office.

When asked about her appointment, Jo said: “I landed in the legal world rather unexpectedly, but have found that helping legal firms identify, develop and value their brand is something I really enjoy being part of. It’s very rewarding when the marketing strategy results in business growth. I’m delighted to join Gregg Latchams, a firm with a solid reputation, great people at its core and an interesting story to tell.”

Commenting on the appointment, Chief Operating Officer, Julian Dawson said: “Jo has a unique profile, combining client and agency experience with a proven track record of building an exciting legal services brand, which makes her a natural addition to our management team.

“Gregg Latchams has made strong progress over the past several years to advance our position as a leading provider of personalised legal led professional services for SMEs, private individuals and business owners. Jo’s vision and experience will build on that progress and help drive Gregg Latchams forward during our next phase of growth.”

The contents of this article are intended for general information purposes only and shall not be deemed to be, or constitute legal advice. We cannot accept responsibility for any loss as a result of acts or omissions taken in respect of this article.

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