Meet the Founders

Nick Jackman co-founder Fifty Digital

Nick Jackman

Co-Founder

Nick began his career in advertising with industry leaders McCann Erickson and JWT. He moved into F1 sponsorship where he was responsible for the Johnnie Walker sponsorship of McLaren F1 Team. Nick joined Mercedes F1 Team during their World Championship winning seasons and was responsible for the team’s largest partners. Nick now looks after all new business and creative at Fifty Digital and in his spare time enjoys spending precious hours with his young daughter.

James Campbell - Co-Founder of Fifty Digital

James Campbell

Co-Founder

James led the digital communications for Williams F1 Team before moving to Mercedes F1 Team during their first two World Championship winning seasons, successfully transforming them into the #1 most followed F1 team across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. James looks after all current clients and operations at Fifty Digital, ensuring output and quality is consistently high. Sometimes found on the golf course trying to avoid the water, which seems to be ‘like a moth to a flame’.

Our Team

SIA Awards Meet Up
Sophie Mindell on the balcony for her headshot

What’s trending in 2021?

January 26 2021Sophie Mindell

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Team After Gym Social
Fifty Digital Christmas Social yule log presentation
Tom, Shay and Max during Lunch and Learn
Maddie Coutts on the balcony for her headshot
Krispy Kremes at Fifty Digital
Nick Jackman presenting NFL creatives during Lunch & Learn

Fifty Digital New Year’s Resolutions

January 7 2021Fifty Digital

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Fifty Digital Christmas Social
Max and Charlotte at the UK Agency Awards 2019
Sophie Mindell and Gemma Clarke at the W-Series Workshop
Fifty Digital Winning The Drum Awards
View From Fifty Digital Balcony

We do social,
we are social.

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Ben’s Five @ Fifty: What a year at Fifty Digital looks like…

October 15 2020Ben Taylor

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The Fifty Digital office
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