Trinity Comms loses founding partner Nunn

Media planning specialist Trinity Communications has parted company with one of its founding partners, Phil Nunn.

Trinity was established by former Manning Gottlieb OMD directors Phil Nunn and Amy Lennox, and former Optimedia chief Simon Timlett in 2007.

Nunn has resigned from the business with immediate effect and says he wants to return to “working within a larger agency structure”.

The agency has worked with clients including Majestic Wine and Alton Towers, and recently won the planning and buying business for LA Fitness. It is currently working with New Look on the retailer’s first television activity.

Last year it recruited Mindshare account manager Ben Sandler as planning manager.

Timlett says: “Trinity has achieved major success in the past 20 months and grown from a standing start to a turnover of just under 2m, while winning 12 new clients. Looking to the future, Amy Lennox and I and the rest of the team are excited to be taking this successful media planning business forward to the next stage of development.”

Trinity’s proposition is that successful media planning unifies digital, brand and direct activity in a single communication strategy.


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