Arrivals & Departures: Track on track with four hires

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Following a period of what it calls sustained growth, Track NZ has bolstered its team with four hires. Anna Von Trott and Sophie Taylor are two familiar faces returning to Greys Ave.

Anna Von Trott
After a two-year absence, Anna Von Trott rejoins Track in the newly created role of operations manager, rounding out the Track leadership team.

She says the decision to return was an easy one, having previously been creative services manager of RAPP (now Track) and working for Rob Limb since 2009.

“It’s really nice to be back,” she says. “While so much is familiar – nice, smart people and an amazing culture – there’s also a lot of new things going on to get very excited about.”

Track MD Rob Limb says he is pleased to welcome Von Trott back in a leadership role. “Anna has a fantastic understanding of Track’s business and is a pleasure to work with. Her return has made an immediate impact — we couldn’t be more thrilled to have her back on the team.”

Sophie Taylor
Sophie Taylor has also returned to the fold at Track. Since her departure in 2013, she has lived in London and for the past three years worked on John Lewis Finance at LIDA.

Taylor, who returns as senior account director, says: “It’s great to be back with the team at Track, especially at such an exciting time of growth.”

Justin Wood
Justin Wood joins Track with 25 years’ experience as an art director. He has had stints at range of agencies, including Colenso BBDO, 99 and JWT, working with a plethora of clients, from fast food to fuel to rugby to banks.

“The team at Tracl is incredible and I look forward to applying my experience and the knowledge that comes with 25 years in the industry to my new role here,” Wood said.

Anjana Iyer
Another new face is Anjana Iyer, a digital designer who has worked with several leading brands including The Warehouse, Emirates, Noel Leeming, Q Card and Datacom. She joins the Track team as a digital designer.

“I’m really excited to be at Track and to have the opportunity to reach my full potential as a motion designer with all the fun animation projects I get to work on here,” she says.

Limb says the calibre of recent hires is fantastic to see and highlights how attractive the customer experience space has become.

“These are exciting times for Track. We’ve got a great team that keeps getting better and better. Watch this space.”

Track NZ is one of 11 Track offices worldwide.

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