Pead grows with two account executive hires

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AUCKLAND, Wednesday: As an industry leader that recognises the need to support the rangatahi of the country, Pead says it has a clear commitment to investing in up-and-coming talent, evidenced by the appointment of these two graduates.

Pead partner Sarah Munnik said: “At Pead we don’t give people a job – we help them build a career.

“For us, it’s more than a ‘9 to 5’, it’s about helping people obtain the skills and experience to build long and sustainable future in the industry. We are really excited to have Alice and Avery as part of our team.”

Alice Grigg recently completed a Bachelor of Communications majoring in Public Relations and minoring in Advertising & Brand Creativity at Auckland University of Technology.

Munnick said: Alice has always had a strength in connecting with people through communication and creativity, and she is excited to leverage that across a diverse range of clients.

“At Pead we don’t give people a job – we help them build a career.”

Hailing from Auckland but studying a Bachelor of Communications and minoring in Marketing at the University of Otago, Avery Turner has since moved back to the city to start her career in PR.

With a passion for sustainable fashion, she had the opportunity to write a feature piece on Mindful Fashion New Zealand at university, and now considers it a dream to call the organisation one of her clients.

About Pead
Pead takes the best of consumer and corporate PR and infuses it with leading digital marketing and creative. By doing this, Pead is translating communications into action and business results daily.

Pead helps brands navigate an increasingly complex world through compelling ideas that cut through the chaos – and are real enough to connect. Silo thinking is out, and brands must move or die. Media relations, content creation, corporate communications, purpose, influencer marketing, experiential, social media, media partnerships. The discipline doesn’t matter, the idea does. You could call it PR for a modern world. PR that provokes thought, provokes ideas, provokes response, provokes change. Provoke Action.

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