PHMG appoints James Davison as CTO

In this role, Davison will be driving forward PHMG’s use of technology to help improve operations. He will also be responsible for evolving the company’s product offering through the latest applications as well as exploring the full potential of voice cloud technology.

Davison brings more than 25 years’ experience to the role, having worked as Technology Director at ITV where he developed the strategy behind the channel’s technology division and played a pivotal role in launching ITV Player and ITV +1.

“From the outset, I have been impressed with the high level of professionalism and standards of services PHMG offers that have helped position the organisation as a market leader,” said Davison. “I am relishing this new challenge and look forward to helping the company improve how it works globally and supporting its ambitious growth plans.”

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Throughout his career, Davison has worked with leading brands such as BP, O2, Visa, Audi, McDonald’s and NSPCC.

“We are delighted to welcome James to PHMG,” said Grant Reed, owner and founder at PHMG. “James has a market-leading pedigree in his industry and unrivalled experience in driving technological change across a business through top-level digital strategies.

“With James’ impressive industry background, we’re confident he’ll spearhead technological initiatives across the business to propel significant growth.”

Established in 1998, PHMG is a leading audio branding agency with more than 32,000 clients in 39 countries worldwide, including Coca-Cola, Audi and Adidas.

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