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Wednesday, 02 May 2010

Tickle joins Vision+Media as creative services manager

Tony Tickle has joined Vision+Media as its digital and creative services manager with the aim of helping the company support the sector in the North West.

Tickle, managing director of interactive specialist T3D, will join Vision+Media on a temporary basis and will cover maternity leave for Linsdey Gayle Taylor for the next six months, working three days a week in the role.

He has been tasked with building the Vision+Media’s sector influence and poition the company at the centre of the creative sector within the region.

Tickle founded the Tickle Group in 1983, which expanded from multimedia to digital in the mid Ninties. T3D was set up in 2001 and specialises in 3D interactive modelling, real time web delivery and manipulating models.

Paul Taylor, director of business delivery at Vision+Media, said: “Tony has been working at the cutting edge of the digital world since 1992 and has specialist knowledge of social media, the digital and creative industries and the web. With a strong network of contacts across the North West and expertise in both technology and project management, he is uniquely positioned to lead digital initiatives, , build networks and help support companies to take advantage of new and developing market opportunities as well as to weather the storms of the current economic climate.”

Tickle added: “It’s an exciting time for the North West’s digital and creative community with MediaCityUK, BBC North and The Sharp Project all bringing new opportunities for the sector. Vision+Media is at the heart of this excitement, so I am delighted that I can use my 27 years of industry experience to help deliver targeted events, training and  advice to Vision+Media’s clients.”

Wednesday, 02 September 2009

Tony Tickle, has been seconded to Bury Council to take up the role of digital and new media development officer. The move comes in the aftermath of a survey conducted by the council in association with the Savvy Partnership, which highlighted a number of issues that the authority is now keen to address. As such Tickle will be looking to engage with the sector through networking events, while also creating ‘strategic partnership opportunities’ for local digital businesses and developing “a virtual digital platform for the Bury sector.

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