Digital marketing agency Walnut Creative has announced plans to continue the business in memory of Glen Crossland following the tragic passing of its founder last month.
The Barnsley-based firm said in a statement that it wanted to “carry on Glen’s legacy” and had made some structural changes including the creation of a new board of directors.
The management team of Liam Gilroy, Josh Caddick, Emily Stancer and Tom Morton will be working together to take the business forward and serve as the main decision-makers and points of contact for the business, the statement said.
In addition, the agency said it aims to grow its team in the near future as it takes on more work and begin new routines in Glen’s absence.
“Their growth as a team remains an important part of their values, and they will be undertaking new training opportunities to ensure they develop their chosen skills and progress in their roles,” the statement added.
Walnut also expressed its sincere thanks and appreciation to clients and followers for being so patient in such challenging circumstances and for the support they have received as they work to navigate these new changes and challenges.