JCDecaux New Zealand revamps sales team for enhanced client engagement

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AUCKLAND, Today: JCDecaux New Zealand’s shaking things up in their sales team to keep up with the market’s pace. They’re all about adapting and improving to make sure they’re hitting the spot with their clients.

Phil Eastwood, the main man at JCDecaux New Zealand, had this to say: “As we navigate the evolving media landscape, we’ve made some impactful changes to our structure, and some exciting new appointments, to align our business with key areas of market growth and opportunity.

“These changes bolster our capacity to serve our clients and emphasise our commitment to continuous improvement.”

They’ve split the Sales team into four shiny new divisions, packed with fresh faces and well-deserved promotions.

The Agency Sales Team is getting some love, focusing on building tight-knit relationships with agency buddies. Kavish Patel, known as KP, is stepping up as the Sales Director – Agencies, bringing a decade of JCDecaux wisdom to the forefront. Stephanie Tucker’s also climbing the ladder, taking on the Group Sales Manager – Agencies role after proving her mettle over two years.

“These changes bolster our capacity to serve our clients and emphasise our commitment to continuous improvement.”

Natasha Judson’s jumping aboard from Yahoo, ready to stir things up as another Group Sales Manager – Agencies, bringing her digital savvy from previous gigs at Mediaworks.

The Independent Agencies team is a new play, led by Henry Rowley, aiming to connect with NZ’s indie scene. Courtney Shorter’s getting a boost too, moving up to Account Manager – Independent Agencies after two and a half years of hard graft.

Over in the Programmatic Sales Team, Kurt Malcom’s still the boss. He’s got Nivin Sewpershad by his side now, bringing over a decade and a half of media wisdom from his time in Sydney, Singapore, and back in NZ.

The Direct Sales Team hasn’t seen much change, still under Brylin Nichols’ watch. Same story with the Airport Sales Team, where Matt Kum’s holding the fort.

And there’s a new face in town – Josie Sutherland’s stepping in as Trade Marketing Manager, loaded with experience from the tech and mobile sectors. Looks like JCDecaux NZ is all geared up for whatever comes next!

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