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Movers and Groovers : Senior promotions at award winning agency MC&C

by on February 13, 2015 in CRM, Digital Marketing, Lead Article, Movers & Groovers, Uncategorized

MC&C, the UK’s smartest performance media agency (, today announced that after another strong year of growth, two senior promotions have been made within the agency.

Ian Prager has been newly appointed as MC&C’s Managing Director. Ian, who has been on the board of MC&C since October 2008, will step up from the role of Deputy Chairman. Prior to joining the agency, Ian held the role of Managing Director at CIA Direct. The move follows a record year in 2014 and a series of new client wins including NSPCC, Gameloft and the Family Building Society. Ian will acquire the title from MC&C’s founder Mike Colling, who will take on the role of Chief Executive.

Caroline Dolan has also been promoted to MC&C’s of Head of Business Management. Formally Associate Director, in her new role Caroline will lead MC&C’s client facing operational team. She will oversee workflow and ensure that all of the company’s output continues to meet the highest standards. The move acknowledges her strong record of fostering solid relationships, as well as administering innovative campaigns which deliver results.

Mike Colling, Founder & Chief Executive at MC&C commented: “It gives me great pleasure to announce these promotions, which recognise both Ian and Caroline’s outstanding ability and commitment to MC&C. The change follows several years of phenomenal growth – we have doubled in size in the last 2 years. Ian’s promotion will provide me with the support and time required to continue to drive this vision for growth forward over the coming years, whilst Caroline’s new role will further enhance the relationships, work and results that we deliver clients.”

Ian Prager, Managing Director at MC&C said: “I am excited to be taking on this new position and playing an even greater role in defining and delivering the future for MC&C. The agency has gone from strength to strength, and it’s an honour to have the opportunity to have a guiding hand in ensuring this strong growth continues. The changes will enhance the flexibility of our work, focusing our time and allowing MC&C to build upon our continuing successes, benefitting both MC&C and our clients.”

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