Adholics hires three senior staff, bids for growth
Adholics has hired Stephen Benrad and Rob Shaw from The Media Store plus Georgia Urquhart-Hay from GroupM as it bids for further growth.
What you need to know:
- Indie agency hires three experienced people, bids for growth.
Independent media agency Adholics has grown its team with the announcement of three senior hires from GroupM and The Media Store.
The new appointments follow the agency securing six new client wins including global insurance brand Gallagher and Melbourne based organic food manufacturer Pana Organic.
Stephen Benrad joins Adholics as Head of Growth & Operations from The Media Store where he held the role of Commercial Director.
Rob Shaw also joins as Group Account Director from The Media Store, while Georgia Urquhart-Hay, a former GroupM exec, has been appointed Programmatic & Digital Campaign Manager
“Stephen is an experienced media practitioner who has an outstanding record of success growing clients and teams alike. We welcome him to the Adholics family,” said Adholics Agency Director, Jake O’Donnell.
“Rob has a wealth of experience across both multinational and independent agency environments. His knowledge of existing and emerging media platforms will be of huge benefit. Georgia is one of the smartest minds in programmatic media and we are excited to see her building the agency’s capabilities.”
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