Semantico Strengthen​s Team With New Hires

by | Jun 22, 2011 | 0 comments

Semantico, a leading provider of services and technology for online publishing, is expanding in response to the recent growth in business with new hires in the technical and support teams.
The new staff bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the existing team of professionals, all with acknowledged industry leading expertise. The recruitment drive has seen an expansion in software and programming, project management, and the marketing divisions. Several senior appointments have been made including Anshu Raheja who joined Semantico as a Senior Software Engineer.

Richard Padley, Managing Director, Semantico said: “These latest hires underline our intent to build a market leading online publishing business. The increased capability of our newly bolstered team will significantly increase our capability and will help us to continue our global growth.”
The new team members are:

Anshu Raheja, Senior Software Engineer
Anshu has six years in experience in Information Technology and publishing domains. She previously worked on big publisher clients Elsevier and LexisNexis including Springer.

Christopher Hall, Project Manager
Christopher joins Semantico as our new Project Manager. He has a great deal of experience in the digital field and comes to us from Macmillan Cancer Support, where he helped deliver their high profile fund-raising campaigns.

George Bashi, Software Engineer
George is working on product development including Semantico’s Dictionarium app v2. He has wide experience in online projects with a client base including the British Library and the University of East London.

Clare Wratten, Marketing Executive
Clare is a marketing professional with over 12 years experience in working in advertising and PR. She has worked on diverse client campaigns from crisis management on Brighton Pier to stage-managing a theatre production.

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