Radix appoints new account manager

A press release we have issued today announcing that Matt Godfrey has joined the Radix team:

Penryn-based communications company Radix Communications has appointed a new account manager.

Matt Godfrey joins the company after a successful 15 year career in retail. Godfrey said, “Radix is a rapidly expanding business and is perfectly positioned for further success in a highly competitive industry. I am delighted to be given the opportunity to be part of that success.”

Radix Communications provides copywriting, editing, design and translation services to a range of clients in the technology industry, placing a strong emphasis on clear, consistent and compelling written communications. Founded in 2007, it saw annual turnover grow by 14% in 2009 despite the economic downturn, and is on course to exceed this rate of growth in 2010.

“I am thrilled to welcome Matt to the team,” said Radix managing director Fiona Campbell-Howes. “His management experience and exceptional commercial awareness will make him a tremendous asset to Radix as it continues to grow.”

UPDATE: Here’s the story on Business Cornwall – thanks Jay!


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