DDB group business director Scott Wallace is to depart DDB after 17 years to seek new fields of endeavour – with a focus on the nurturing of new brands.
NZME has made changes to the structure of its agency team, after head of agency Matt Headland took up the chief commercial officer role.
Google has appointed Caroline Rainsford (above, right) as the new country manager for Google New Zealand, replacing Stephanie Davis, who took up a new role with Google Singapore last month.
Leading Auckland-based experiential agency Brand Spanking have bolstered their client service team with two spring hires – Claudine Pausma and Chelsea Came.
Leading 1-1 and digital specialist agency justONE have strengthened their senior client service offering with the appointment of Clare McCracken in the role of senior account director.
Sydney, September 05, 2017: WPP AUNZ has promoted industry veteran Rob McLachlan as ceo of its growing Data Investment Management Group, which includes a range of research, training & comms agencies in New Zealand and Australia. Previously, he was a finance executive with the group.
PR exponent Gavin Ogden has left downtown Auckland agency Pursuit, and moved to Tauranga where he’s set himself up as a writer and a filmmaker specialising in end-to-end video production for small businesses.
MediaCom has today announced the appointment of established industry veteran Craig Marshall as client service director. His role will focus on existing successful client partnerships.
Strategy Creative Christchurch has signed Colenso BBDO Auckland group business director of experiential Nick Harvey as its managing partner in his original home town, Christchurch.
Melbourne-based Victoria Gehrig has been appointed to the newly-created role of head of acquisition integration for Dentsu Aegis Network ANZ.
Fairfax Media NZ – now rebranded as Stuff – has appointed Sinead Boucher as CEO. Previously, she was Fairfax’s group executive editor for four years and before that was part of them team which developed the Stuff website.
Grey Lynn-based production company Screentime NZ has hired production executive Tina McLaren to oversee the growing slate of fiction and non-fiction Screentime projects.