Naked Penguin Boy hires Pj Jones as Client Partner

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[] London, United Kingdom - Pj Jones joins digital agency Naked Penguin Boy as Client Partner. Pj has worked for several top 100 digital agencies, and brings with him a wealth of experience having managed countless high-profile and complex projects for the likes of Honda UK, EA Games, Innocent Drinks, London 2012 and Blackberry.

Pj is instrumental in the organisation of the Podge lunches for Design, Digital and Sport events that attract the best and brightest within the industry.

Whilst Naked Penguin Boy is already famous for its high standards of games and apps for both web and mobile, Pj will be looking to extend and build on their services to offer strategy, social media and community management, making NPB into a full service digital agency.

Pj commented, "Ever since I first heard there was an agency out there called 'Naked Penguin Boy', I made it my mission in life to worm my way into the company! I'm incredibly excited about playing a pivotal role in the future of NPB and can't wait to get started".

"We look forward to welcoming Pj into Naked Penguin Boy, we've known him for many years now and are confident that he is going to make a huge contribution to the growth of the company", said Greg Heasley, Founding Partner & Interactive Director of Naked Penguin Boy.

More information on PJ Jones, please visit our website.

Naked Penguin Boy is an independent, London based digital creative agency specialising in strategic delivery, social media, viral marketing and mobile app development. We're dynamic, results driven and client focused, creating innovative digital experiences that drive customer engagement. We work alongside our clients to help understand their brand, promote their business and communicate their message across a broad range of interactive media. All in all we're a creative, passionate and likeable bunch - why not get in touch and find out for yourselves? Copyright (C) 2011 Naked Penguin Boy All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.