Adshel has announce additions and changes to its team in Auckland as the outlook for the outdoor market continues to remain buoyant.
- Mitch Campbell has joined the team as interim sales director
- Phil Lucy has been promoted to national trading manager
- Kelly Harvey has been appointed NZ marketing manager
“I am delighted to be announcing these appointments as Adshel seeks to capitalise on its market leading Adshel Live digital street furniture product launch, and the business seeks to continue its strong organic growth and develop and launch major innovation projects,” said NZ general manager Nick Vile.
Campbell joins Adshel from The Radio Bureau where he spent three years as an account director. Prior to TRB, he was managing director for MEC Marine Services for seven years. He has also worked in media sales for the NZ Herald, ACP Magazines and Fairfax Media. He joins Adshel on a fixed contract, providing cover for Ben Gibb who has taken extended leave for personal reasons.
As national trading manager, Lucy will be focused on overseeing revenue management and developing pricing strategies, working closely with the Adshel Revenue Management team in Australia. He will also be the lead for the implementation of new sales systems and processes. Lucy has been with Adshel for 10 years in various sales roles. Prior to his promotion, he was Adshel Wellington sales manager, and in his new role, he will continue to maintain and provide service to existing clients in the Wellington market.
Based in Adshel’s Auckland office, Harvey will be responsible for the development and implementation of the New Zealand business marketing strategy with a specific focus on supporting product launches, research programs and providing support to Adshel’s client engagement activity. Harvey has worked across the various marketing positions at Mercedes-Benz New Zealand, Daimler Chrysler New Zealand and TVNZ.
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