Hollywood Monster strengthens marketing and sales team

Leading signs and graphics company Hollywood Monster has appointed a new marketing and sales support manager, to help raise the profile of the business within new target sectors.

Nuz Chagan joined Hollywood Monster as a project manager in July 2011 and has recently been appointed as marketing and sales support manager. Before Hollywood Monster, Nuz worked for Birmingham City Council, managing its advertising assets across the city. It was during her time at the council that Nuz first came into contact with Hollywood Monster as they have produced graphics for them.

Nuz said: “I was excited at the offset to be joining a dynamic family at Hollywood Monster and I have been lucky in finding my place in this well-oiled machine. It is an honour to be asked to now take up the position of marketing and sales support manager for a company that has such an excellent reputation in the industry: it means that the people that work for it have a lot to give, and I hope to add to that in my new role.”

Tim Andrews, managing director of Hollywood Monster, said: “We are really pleased to welcome Nuz and are very excited to see how she can contribute to Hollywood Monster. We are an ambitious company that is continuing to win new business, and we are confident that Nuz has the knowledge, experience and proactive approach required to grow our marketing function even further.”

Nuz added: “With the new sales team in place it is proving to be a vibrant and fast paced environment, with new target markets to reach and sustaining our strong position. My role is to support them in project managing new clients’ projects and tenders. Further to this I will be instrumental in carrying on the marketing function, which has been finely managed and really proved to be our strength; I aim to following in the steps of excellence.”

Hollywood Monster has invested heavily in state-of-the-art printing technology enabling it to produce enormous banners and advertising hoardings at high-profile sites including sports stadiums, festivals, rock and pop concerts, shopping centres and property developments