Nunn poaches Havas digital director for new Sydney role
After winning Philips water solutions products last month, Nunn Media has appointed a Digital Director in its Sydney office to better integrate digital assets into its media strategies.
What you need to know:
- Former Havas Media senior digital associate director Jennifer Olmi has joined Nunn Media as its Sydney office’s first Digital Director.
- She previously worked at multinational beauty company Coty, and will work across Nunn Media’s portfolio of clients to integrate more digital solutions into broader media strategies.
Independent media agency Nunn Media has appointed Jennifer Olmi to a newly created position of Digital Director in its Sydney office, aiming to integrate more digital assets into broader media strategies.
Olmi moves from Havas, where she has worked as a senior digital associate director. Before that, she was digital marketing manager at Coty, the multinational beauty company, with responsibility over Gucci, Hugo Boss, Marc Jacobs, Tiffany & Co., Rimmel and Covergirl’s digital activity. Olmi will report to Nunn Media’s Head of Digital.
Nunn Media claims it bills $275 million a year, with clients from JB HiFi, GMHBA, Amart, 13CABS, American Tourister, Godfreys, Amcal and Philips’ water solutions products.
In September last year, Australia’s fifth largest bank – Bendigo Bank – appointed Nunn Media to its media account.
“Jennifer has a strong strategic understanding of digital channels and how advertisers can best use them to grow their brands and deliver returns on their investment,” said Chris Walton, managing director at Nunn Media.
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