Stuff appoints group investment director

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AUCKLAND, Today: Stuff has appointed experienced media executive Andy Taylor to the position of group investment director.

Taylor has an extensive media career working across the globe. He has worked in the ANZ market for the past 11 years in national chief investment roles for both OMD New Zealand and Publicis Australia.

He also spent two years at NZME leading their investment arm across their programmatic, digital audio and media agency group trading divisions. 

Prior to his arrival in NZ, he spent the majority of his career at Carat UK as a national trading director plus spells at Daily Mail Group and Nexus Hakuhodo.

“The chance to reignite his professional relationship with Matt Headland & Laura Maxwell was too good to turn down.”

Stuff executive commercial director Matt Headland said: “This is an important role that will see Andy support Stuff’s teams across Agency and Direct in New Zealand and Australia to strengthen commercial relationships with partners and customers.

“2023 is a year of opportunity for Stuff. We have all the building blocks in place to take our commercial business to the next level, and Andy’s appointment plays a big part in that.”

Taylor says the chance to work for Stuff and reignite his professional relationship with Matt Headland and chief growth officer Laura Maxwell was too good to turn down.

“The NZ media investment landscape is a place that I know well. In 2023 we will be making sure that Stuff is best positioned to create and deliver long-standing market-leading data-driven outcomes for our partners and customers.”

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