AUCKLAND, Thursday: Independent agency Artemis Communications has appointed Hannah Pearce to its growing public relations team. She takes up the role of senior account manager.
Led by PR director Rebecca Churchill, the appointment comes as Artemis signs Global Women as a retainer client and recently collaborated with FCB Aotearoa and Mercury on a large-scale comms campaign.
Hannah Pearce joins Artemis Communications from The Walt Disney Company, where she previously held the role of account executive. In this role Hannah developed and lead a wide variety of successful campaigns, including most recently the release of the te reo Māori adaptations of The Lion King and Frozen.
“Coastlands is the largest shopping centre in Wellington – and the only one with two supermarkets.”
Group ceo of Artemis Communications, Isobel Kerr-Newell, said: “Hannah is a recognised PR practitioner in the New Zealand media landscape through her work on both global and local brands.
“She has already made her mark in her short time at Artemis Communications, most notably on Mercury’s Second Sun campaign.
“On the client side, we are thrilled to be working with Global Women again – a client both Beccy and I have worked with previously. As a Global Women member myself, we are ardent supporters of the collectives’ kaupapa and are looking forward to continuing to create space for their voice and mission in Aotearoa New Zealand’s media.”
Hannah Pearce said: “It is a very exciting time to be a part of Artemis Communications and to move back into the agency space at this point in my career, alongside Isobel and Rebecca.
“I am thrilled to start this new chapter and dive back into agency-land. I look forward to learning and growing as part of the Artemis Communications team.”
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