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PHD Marketing Boosts International Expansion with France-based Account Manager

PHD Marketing appoints Noura Moussa as International Account Manager, strengthening its footprint in the global print and packaging sectors. Moussa brings over seven years of pan-European industry experience to the West Yorkshire B2B agency.

Noura Moussa, newly appointed International Account Manager at PHD Marketing

West Yorkshire-based B2B marketing agency PHD Marketing has taken a significant step in its global expansion by appointing Noura Moussa as its new international account manager.

Moussa comes to PHD Marketing with a wealth of experience in the global print and packaging sectors, having held senior marketing roles for over seven years. Among her prior roles, she served as the head of marketing at SATO, a Japanese industrial manufacturer of integrated labelling solutions.

Operating from her base in France's Pays de la Loire, Moussa expressed her enthusiasm about the new role. "My relationship with PHD goes back many years," she said. "I have always admired the agency's dedication to its clients, making this partnership a perfect fit."

Moussa's pan-European experience gives her a unique understanding of the intricacies of national markets within the European print and packaging landscape. Her expertise will be invaluable as PHD Marketing serves clients in the Benelux, Iberia, and DACH regions.

Jo Stephenson, Managing Director at PHD Marketing, praised Moussa's arrival, stating that it strengthens the agency's local presence in France and expands its reach throughout Europe. "Noura's experience and dedication are invaluable to our continued growth in sectors where we already excel," said Stephenson.

The addition of Noura Moussa to PHD Marketing's team not only broadens its international scope but also solidifies its reputation as an agency with both "a global reach and a local touch," according to Managing Director Jo Stephenson. This appointment marks a strategic move that promises to accelerate the agency’s growth, especially within the European print and packaging sectors.