MEGA Expands Staff in US, UK and Germany

Posted on 6/21/2017 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (0)

The MEGA Agency has expanded its staff in the US, UK and Germany to cope with the companies rapid growth.

CEO Tom Tramborg said, “Our growth since launch has been phenomenal, so we are hiring new staff to keep up with the ever-increasing demand for Mega images.”
“Mega has made a massive impact in a very short time. We’re hearing from clients in every territory that they love our content and want more of it - so that’s what we’re aiming to do. We’re signing up new photographers around the world on a daily basis because they’ve realized it’s time for a change."

In the US, Sales Executive Mark Satter joins the existing sales team of Jennifer White and Amanda Barbour.

Satter, who began his career in the photographic world with the Ramey Photo Agency in 2002, previously worked for AKM-GSI.

“The power and impact that The Mega Agency has shown in our business made me want to be a part of their incredible organization,” said Satter. “I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to bring my strengths to this incredible team.”

Alison Kerslake, who has a background covering Sales and Account Management, Finance and Project Co-ordination, becomes Assistant Sales Manager in the UK, working closely with UK Sales Director David Ellis.

“The opportunity to work in an exciting and fast moving industry, alongside a team of people so enthusiastic about their work is a real privilege,” said Alison. "The Mega drive and determination to offer the very best to our clients and contributors is something to be really proud of and I’m delighted to be part of the team.”

In Germany, Elke Wascher, joins as Assistant Sales Manager, and will be working closely with German Head of Sales Ulrike Ben Mansour, selling directly into Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Elke joins the MEGA team with over six years of experience in the photo licensing industry and a reputation as a dynamic sales person, brings great material and delivery. "I’m absolutely thrilled to be part of this excellent and dynamic team," said Elke

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