Clay Gill made CEO of Matterkind/Kinesso, leadership team beefed-up
Clay Gill has been made CEO of Kinesso Australia with a new management team also put together. The restructure comes as IPG bids to more closely link its martech, adtech and media activation units Acxiom, Kinesso and Matterkind.
What you need to know:
- Clay Gill to run both Matterkind and Kinesso.
- Michael Whiteside becomes Matterkind National MD. Kim Kho shifts from UM to National Head of Trading, Georgina Fox joins from Finecast to lead investments and partnerships.
Clay Gill has been made CEO of Kinesso Australia. He will continue to run Matterkind with Michael Whiteside moving to National MD.
The move comes as IPG bids to more closely link its martech, adtech and media activation units Acxiom, Kinesso and Matterkind
The restructure also sees Kim Kho – previously UM’s Director of Biddable Media, Australian Government taking on the role of National Head of Trading while former Finecast operations chief Georgina Fox becomes National Head of Strategic Investment & Partnerships.
Gill welcomed his new team.
“As a leader nothing is more pleasing than recognising talent and promoting from within plus on-boarding innovative leaders of the future," said Gill. "In Michael, Kim and Georgina I am confident the business has the skills, knowledge and creativity to offer our clients truly world class end-to-end business solutions.”
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