Four to Mango

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AUCKLAND, Tuesday: After a strong first half, Mango has announced four new hires across its PR and experiential teams. Liz Holt joins as a senior account director, leading key accounts including Samsung, American Express, Lion and booking.com.

Prior to Mango, Holt worked on a range of clients in tech, FMCG, financial services and aviation at agencies including PPR and Haystac, in addition to in-house experience at Chorus.

“It’s fantastic to be back at Mango – I interned here at the very beginning of my career and have always wanted to return to work alongside Claudia,” Holt says.

“I’m thrilled to be leading a talented team on such a great mix of clients.”

Sonja Motus also joins Mango as senior experiential project manager, after roles at Celebrations Group, Weta Digital and Selfridges in the UK.

“I love creative experiential and am really looking forward to being part of the incredible projects Mango delivers,” Motus said. “The great thing about the team is we have a collaborative group of people who all bring different and excellent skills to the table.”


“This is a great time for Mango off the back of our gold for corporate PR and recognition at the PRINZ Awards last month.”

Mango has also welcomed Isabella Murison as account coordinator, and Romy Yildiz as experiential coordinator.

Mango MD Claudia Macdonald said: “This is a great time for Mango off the back of our gold for corporate PR and recognition as a one of New Zealand’s top PR consultancies at the PRINZ Awards last month.

“Our position as a genuine full-service communications agency is allowing us to work on a greater range of clients than ever before. From corporate to consumer, earned to owned, external to internal, and everywhere in between, the diversity of work we’re producing is fantastic and these new hires will enable us to deliver even more.”

About Mango
Mango Communications offers a fresh approach to public relations, social media and experiential through strong strategic thinking and great creative ideas that work. With a range of traditional PR services including media relations, brand profiling, issues management and corporate communications, Mango has a strong track record in delivering well leveraged sponsorships and engaging brand experiences. With offices in Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne, Mango is part of the DDB Group and was founded in New Zealand in 2000.


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