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Headlines appoints new managing director duo

May 4, 2018

Award-winning agency Headlines, established in Milton Keynes in 1995, has an excellent track record producing employee and member-facing content over the past 23 years for brands such as BMW, Aston Martin, Amazon, Mercedes Benz, Nestlé, Argos, Airbus, Tesco, Premier Inn, Adidas, Transport for London and Carlsberg.        

Monika Beniusiene, who joined the agency five years ago as account manager, and Peter Handford, who joined the agency as Head of Editorial in 2015, will run the agency as joint Managing Directors.

They will lead an award-winning team of writers, designers, content experts and account managers, creating original and innovative content across print and digital for current clients such as Currys PC World, Nike, Shell, JTI, Toyota, Propertymark and the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT).

Supporting Monika and Peter is new owner Robert Schneiderman, a hugely successful investor and business restructuring expert, who brings with him 30 years of commercial experience to enable Monika and Peter to take the agency to the next level.

On her appointment to MD, Monika said: “I’ve had the pleasure of working alongside this amazing team for the past five years, and I can honestly say they are the best at what they do. It is an honour and a privilege to step up to the MD role, and work alongside Peter to build on the already incredible track record of the agency.”

Peter added: “I’m delighted with the appointment, and looking forward to working with the team and focusing our plans on the areas where we are really strong: creative content that enables organisations to have great conversations with their employees, members and customers.”

The pair have big plans for the agency in the next few years; if you’d like to talk to them about how they can make your communications more personal, authentic and effective, reach out at info@headlines.uk.com

Monika Beniusiene, who joined the agency five years ago as account manager, and Peter Handford, who joined the agency as Head of Editorial in 2015, will run the agency as joint Managing Directors.