AUCKLAND, Today: Indie media agency D3 has announced the appointment of four new hires – and a relocation to Parnell after a period of new business wins and growth.
Senior account manager Jessica Harvey joins D3 from Wavemaker; account manager Jessica Power joins from OMD, as does performance manager Cole Moir, and Natalie Clement, in her first media role, joins as media executive.
D3 partner Alex Radford said: “Collectively, they bring over 10 years of experience and knowledge to D3 with specialities in search, client service and media planning.
“As of April, D3 has also relocated from Grey Lynn to a larger office space in Parnell, providing more thinking space and plenty of room for a growing team.
“A growing team, and winning business through competitive pitches, give us the confidence that we are on the right path.”
“The move to Parnell and the addition of four new team members gives us more breadth and more expertise, across more channels, in continued demonstration of our promise to deliver the smartest media thinking and execution whilst prioritising brilliant client service.
“D3 successfully won the Metlifecare account late last year and started 2021 by growing accounts including with Kono Wines, Datacom, and Stuff.”
D3 account director Richard Thompson said: “We are in a strong phase of the growth – successfully winning new business through competitive pitch processes provides us the confidence that we are on the right path, and now with a growing team clarity of purpose, processes, and strategic approach, we strive to continue to drive exceptional business results for our clients; always through data driven decision-making.”
D3 is one of New Zealand’s fastest growing independent media agencies. Launched in 2018 with clients including My Food Bag, The Co-operative Bank, UP Education group and Metlifecare Retirement Villages. D3 offers digitally led media services for ambitious NZ businesses, with high-touch client service and data driven insights at the core of the offering.
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