We’re delighted to announce that, following a whirlwind placement year at Industry and Parliament Trust in London, Bournemouth University student Hope Dean has joined award-winning agency CuCo’s marketing team for the summer!
Welcome to the team Hope! Lets make this personal…
Tell us a bit about your career so far?
“So I’m currently in my third year at Bournemouth University studying Event Management. After successfully completing my placement year in the heart of London in the corporate event industry, I am delighted to be back in my home town, Poole! I have worked on a large range of events from muddy music and sport festivals to organising corporate events for industry professionals and Parliamentarians. I’m ready for a new challenge and excited to learn more about the diverse and fast-paced agency world with CuCo.”
“As you maybe aware, CuCo have recently been awarded a RAR Award which makes it a really exciting time for me to join. It’s a great opportunity to be able to work with such an enthusiastic and experienced team to kick-start my marketing agency career. I can’t wait to get stuck in, learn lots and work alongside a range of brilliant clients. It’s definitely a bonus being right by the seaside, there’s nothing better than the fresh sea air to get those creative juices going..!”
What do you do when you’re not working?
“I am happiest when I’m sat on the beach, rain or shine, it is my favourite place to be. As a huge food lover who loves to talk and cook anything food related you will often find me trying out new restaurants or happily cooking away in my kitchen. I like to think I’m a fitness enthusiast, however this seems to change on a week by week basis…”
Claudia Pharoah, Marketing at CuCo said: “The last six months have been the agency’s busiest ever and I’m delighted to have Hope onboard with us this summer. I can’t wait to utilise her event management skills further down the line and help her to kickstart her marketing career, but right now she’s thoroughly entertaining us all with her amusing stories of meeting Parliamentarians in London.”