AUCKLAND, Tuesday: Lumo Digital is expanding its NZ sales team, with the addition of Steven Buck, Charlotte Garvan and the recent promotion of Josh McWilliams.
Lumo sales GM Stacey Gattsche said: “This move is a testament to Lumo’s focus on growing and developing client relationships throughout the country and offering best-in-class service.
“Steven Buck will help support and continue to grow Lumo’s agency relationships, bringing his extensive experience as group sales manager at Scentre Group and his valuable background at JCDecaux in the UK. His expertise and industry knowledge make him the perfect fit for this role.
“Joining the team in Christchurch, Charlotte Garvan will make a significant impact across both agency and direct initiatives.
“With her background in managing agency and direct relationships at Stuff, her skill set perfectly aligns with Lumo’s vision for expansion.
“This move is a testament to Lumo’s focus on developing client relationships throughout NZ.”
“Her local presence will be instrumental in capitalising on Lumo’s recent growth in the Christchurch markets, especially with the introduction of new assets in the city over the coming months.”
Additionally, Lumo has promoted Josh McWilliams to the newly created position of head of direct.
Stacey Gattsche: “Josh’s exceptional work ethic and creative thinking have consistently delivered outstanding results for his clients.
“In his new role, he will continue to provide innovative solutions for his clients while supporting and mentoring the wider direct team.
“We’re thrilled to be growing our Lumo team with these three fantastic individuals. Josh has clearly demonstrated his abilities over the years and we believe he’ll achieve remarkable things in this newly created role.
“We are also excited to welcome Charlotte in Christchurch and Steven in Auckland.
“Their drive to deliver exceptional work for their agencies and clients is inspiring, and we anticipate their contributions will greatly enhance our team across these two key markets.”
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