moving-tactics-sa-pursues-growth-strategy-with-new-appointments

In line with their growth strategy, Moving Tactics SA, the leading South African digital signage solutions company, has made several new appointments in their Cape Town office. These appointments bolster the already creative digital team and increase the administrative infrastructure ahead of new business related to additional technological offerings being introduced.

On the creative digital and content management side, Lauren Lyons has been appointed as Digital Traffic Manager and Kim Lynch joins as Content Manager.

Lauren, born in Cape Town 23 years ago, studied Management Principles and also has a qualification in Business Management and Entrepreneurship. She is responsible for managing traffic between departments and ensuring that exceptional artwork reaches clients by deadline. Lauren will project manage the planning, content creation and scheduling of work and will people manage the design team. In her spare time, Lauren loves to walk her dogs, watch movies and spend time with friends and family. She also enjoys dancing, aerobic classes, squash and swimming.

Kim, also born and bred in Cape Town 23 years ago, is a vivacious and outgoing personality and loves being around people. She is passionate about content, which is a good thing, seeing as she’s responsible for creating, managing and flighting content for clients via X20 Media. She will be updating information, building schedules and playlists, loading artwork on various networks, adding music to radio networks and keeping track of maintenance issues. When not at work, Kim loves being outdoors and playing netball.

On the all important administration side, Leigh Lanham has been appointed as Executive Coordinator/PR Assistant and will be responsible for assisting Chris Day and Kevin Bierman. She has just completed a degree in Communication Science and has a passion for the wine industry and when she gets an opportunity, enjoys cycling.

We wish Lauren, Kim and Leigh all the best in their new positions.