Special Wellington welcomes new senior business manager and creative talent

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WELLINGTON, Today: After a number of new business wins in the Capital, Special Wellington has introduced its newest team members – senior business manager Bronwyn Mildon and junior creative Bella Griffiths.

Mildon joins from Te Whatu Ora Health New Zealand, where she worked as senior marketing lead.

ECD Mark Forgan said: “Her experience with government organisations will provide valuable insight into Special Wellington’s impressive roster of clients.  

“She has supported various crucial movements with campaigns, including Be a Doer! Karawhiua, the nationwide kaupapa Māori Covid-19 vaccination response and TheLowdown.co.nz, a space for rangatahi Māori and Pacific young people to support their wellbeing.”

Bronwyn Mildon said: “I take pride in my work and ongoing projects to ensure our practices best represent modern Aotearoa. I am thrilled to be joining Special to flex my creative muscles while continuing to do good work.

“I look forward to bringing my skills and knowledge into this space.

“We’ve grown significantly over the last 12 months and are pleased to have fresh talent in the team to support and share new insights.”

“In addition, the Special Wellington creative department welcomes Bella Griffiths. With unique experience in the creative space, Bella started her career as a photographer and videographer before stepping into the Advertising world.

“She steps into the role with internship experience from ColensoBBDO and DDB. In addition to this, she was awarded the D&AD New Blood Portfolio award and was Creative LIAsons mentee 2023.

Griffiths said: “I knew Special had a culture that wasn’t interested in how it’s been done before. They lead the pack culturally and make a positive difference with their gutsy work.”

Mark Forgan: “We have been growing significantly over the last 12 months and are pleased to have fresh talent in the team to support and share new insights.

“We are passionate about having talent on the ground here in Wellington and are driven to make a positive difference in our community.

“We couldn’t be happier to have Bronwyn and Bella on board to support this mission.”

About Special Wellington
Special was founded in Auckland in 2007 and now has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Los Angeles, Wellington, London & New York, in the process becoming the first global creative network founded in New Zealand.

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