Former Head of Creative Solutions for IGA Worldwide goes into combat

Release: 6 October 2008

Hive stalwart and former Head of Creative Solutions for IGA Worldwide Rachel Norman has joined creative communications agency Small Japanese Soldier as Business Development Consultant to spearhead their games offering.

“After spending many enjoyable years working in the in game advertising space teaming with Small Japanese Soldier who has a long and respected heritage is a natural and exciting transition. I look forward to utilising our market understanding to offer exciting communication opportunities to brands and game franchises alike”

Established in September 1999 and part of the Clinic London Group, Small Japanese Soldier is a specialist in entertainment communications with clients including Codemasters, EA, Capcom, SCEE, Universal Music and Orange.

Founder of Small Japanese Soldier Andy Hunns says“We are delighted to welcome Rachel into the team to further drive our position as a creative force in the game space. As digital media becomes increasingly prevalent it is vital that we include and build on these opportunities to allow us to offer cutting edge brand solutions”

Notes for editors

Small Japanese Soldier is part of the Clinic London Ltd group of companies.

For further information or interview requests please contact Andy Hunns or Liz Brown at Small Japanese Soldier on 020 7421 9400.

andy@smalljapanesesoldier.com / liz@smalljapanesesoldier.com

For further information on any of the companies in the Clinic London Ltd group can be obtained by visiting the dedicated websites at www.clinic.co.uk, www.oneshoe.co.uk and www.smalljapanesesoldier.com or by contacting Anton Pace in the Clinic press office on 020 7421 9333.


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