Trinity P3 hires three
Marketing consultancy hires former Publicis Media executive Kylie Sandercock and Canon Australia GM Kate Guaran while David Angell returns from serving as COO at Havas Singapore.
What you need to know:
- Trinity P3 says three new senior hires a result of increased demand.
- Consultancy has also appointed a new ANZ general manager.
Marketing consultancy Trinity P3 has hired Kylie Sandercock as a Finance Consultant. She was most recently Finance Director for a boutique hospitality group and has held senior finance roles at Publicis Media.
Former General Manager for Canon Australia and Kraft Foods, Kate Guaran, also joins the team. She will be working with an overseas client on the bespoke design and global roll-out of an agency management training program.
Meanwhile David Angell returns to the firm following a stint in Singapore as the COO at Havas. He takes on the role of Business Director in Melbourne.
As part of the expansion, Lydia Feely, who has performed various senior roles within Trinity P3 over the past 10 years, has been promoted to the position of General Manager, Australia and New Zealand. Feely will work directly with Managing Director Nathan Hodges.
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