MESH, an independent, award-winning, creative and strategic agency with over 15 years of success, today announces that Jaime Little has been promoted to Team Principal.
In her new role, Little is responsible for growing client relationships and ensuring the best strategies are being implemented to reach their business goals. Also, as a Team Principal, Little will provide leadership and strategic guidance to a client service team consisting of a graphic designer, associate brand manager, copywriter, and social media specialist, among others.
Since joining MESH two years ago, Little has led notable brand and PR campaigns for Don’s Seafood, and a multi-channel creative strategy for Accutemp, as well as strategic marketing efforts for Community Coffee, Louisiana Women’s Healthcare and Baton Rouge Physical Therapy-Lake. Prior to joining MESH two years ago, Little was a Marketing and Social Media Manager at All Star Automotive Group.
MESH has also promoted Ellie Young to Brand Manager from her previous role as Associate Brand Manager.
Her focus is to act as a liaison between the creative team and her clients, working to build relationships, develop strategies and execute initiatives that will make their businesses more successful in the long term.
Her client relationships include Baton Rouge General, Appliance Distributors of Louisiana, ISC Constructors, and Stonehenge Capital. Young is a graduate of Louisiana State University, with a B.A. in Mass Communication, and concentration in Digital Advertising.
MESH exists to create connections and loyalty to brands. We are an independent award-winning creative and strategic agency with over 15 years of success and work with clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to startups, who are ready to grow and transform their brand. We have proven expertise in brand building, strategic account leadership, advertising, creative services, PR and traditional and digital media. MESH has provided professional, creative solutions to clients in a wide variety of industries, including Visit Baton Rouge, Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corporation, Mississippi Aquarium, Belgard Hardscapes, Oldcastle, Sakrete and more.