Mango gears up for growth with five new people (Updated)

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AUCKLAND, Today: Mango Aotearoa has welcomed five new people across its experiential, digital and PR teams. In the PR team, Vicki Griffin has joined as senior account director, bringing 16 years of experience.

Previously, she was a communications & marketing manager at the University of Auckland where she developed strategic campaigns for the Faculty of Medicine & Health Science.

Her background encompasses both agency and inhouse.

Additionally, Georgie Zonneveld and Lily Montana have started as PR account directors, working across some of the integrated communication agency’s biggest clients.  Georgie returned from Australia earlier this year after a career in leading Sydney agencies, including DialoguePR and Poem.  Lily has spent 10 years in the PR and marketing industry, most recently at Showroom22.

Zonneveld returned from Australia earlier this year after a career in leading Sydney agencies, including DialoguePR and Poem.


“It’s a busy and exciting time, especially with renewed demand for events and activations.”

In addition to the new PR hires, Mango has welcomed a new senior producer to the growing experiential team. Olivia Muir joins from the technology team at Spark NZ, where she worked on creating brand experiences.

And Georgina Roberts is the new social media manager in the Mango digital team, coming from a marketing coordinator role at Flight Coffee.

Mango managing director Sean Brown says the team is thrilled to welcome the new recruits to the whānau.

“It’s a busy and exciting time at Mango, especially with renewed demand for events and activations, as well as our continuing growth delivering integrated campaigns for our clients,” he said.

“We have a growing client portfolio and are pleased to have such talented individuals helping to propel our work forward.”


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