Former Latitude CTO Rob Shaw joins Epiphany

Rob Shaw, former CTO of Latitude and MD of Latitude White, has been appointed MD at digital marketing agency Epiphany.

Shaw, who’s redundancy from Latitude was confirmed last week by the search specialist (nma.co.uk 27 February), will be responsible for growing the Leeds-based agency’s search, affiliate and web development offering.

During Shaw’s two years at Latitude he helped launch Latitude White, the company’s white-label offering for SMEs.

Epiphany CEO Shane Quigley said, “Rob’s obvious pedigree and proven track record of delivering operational excellence in search marketing, combined with his experience in rolling out technical platforms that underpin rapid growth, made him the natural choice for this position.”

Epiphany clients include Silent Night, Hitachi and Gumtree.

This story first appeared on newmediaage.co.uk

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