New Management Structure at iseepr as Tech Agency Continues Expansion
- By Chelsea Handleigh
iseepr has announced a new management structure to support ambitious growth plans. The agency aims to double in size in the coming three years, by broadening the services it offers and consolidating its reputation as a technology sector-specialist in fintech, payments, standardisation and digital security. The move comes as iseepr reports FY2021-22 turnover exceeded £2.2 million, reflecting 50% growth across the past two years.
Lee’ann Kaufman, iseepr CEO, will head up a newly created leadership team, which will be responsible for driving the growth of the company. She is joined by three existing iseepr directors who have all been promoted to new senior roles and who will each head up a core business function:
- -Sarah Jones becomes iseepr’s first Chief Operating Officer;
- -Paul Rogers assumes the role of Knowledge Director, to oversee knowledge sharing and specialism development across the agency;
- -Rob Peryer will explore service expansion as Innovation Director.
A business management team has also been created to support optimal agency operations. Key roles are held by Kirsty Blackburn, Head of Client Operations, David Amos, who has been promoted to Head of External Engagement and Joanne Whitehead, iseepr’s Head of Finance. The agency is currently recruiting for a Head of People and Culture.
Lee’ann Kaufman, iseepr CEO, comments: “Formalising this new management structure reflects our growth from a small niche agency to a sizeable UK player in the tech space and deservedly promotes those who have played a large part in that journey. Our near-term goal for growth recognises the shared ambition of the newly defined leadership team; we have a clear focus on creating opportunities for both clients and the team through continued expansion. We’ll do that by developing our reputation as specialists and extending our reach in core technology sectors, considering new services and continuing to build and incentivise a strong and entrepreneurial team. This new management structure gives us the framework we need to make that happen.”