Jenny joined the Strudel team in February 2008 and this week we say goodbye as she heads off to travel round Europe. She's picked a project that she's particularly enjoyed from each year she's been with us:
2008 – The rebrand of The National Council of Voluntary Child Care Organisations was Jenny’s first big project at Strudel. The charity had been operating under the catchy acronym NCVCCO. In 2008, we generated the new name and created the new brand identity.
2009 – The start of something very special and our relationship with the Lambeth Business Awards. Strudel was shortlisted for an award in 2009, and since then, Jenny has worked closely with the team at South London Business to run the marketing for the annual awards programme. Her personal highlight has to be the moment the Routemaster Roadshow (a branded double decker bus) broke down and got caught in a snowdrift in Waterloo.
2010 – Strudel has worked with The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund since 2001 and in 2010 we were commissioned to produce a brochure about the Fund, highlighting its key achievements since the beginning. Jenny spent a lot of time at the Fund, planning and discussing the report.
2011 – This was the second year Strudel were commissioned to produce the marketing campaign for the Waterloo Quarter Food Festival, organised by Waterloo Quarter Business Improvement District. Jenny has been proud to see the festival go from strength to strength, especially as it is a local event.
And finally, in 2012, Jenny has really enjoyed working on the Harper Square campaign with Family Mosaic and this is the project she will be sorry not to see printed before she leaves.
A few of the many great projects, expertly managed and handled with care – we’ll all miss Jenny very much and wish her every happiness in everything she does. She will always have a very special place in Strudel’s heart.