Karen Halligan appointed to senior position at Bohemia

Karen Halligan appointed to senior position at Bohemia
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Karen Halligan will start today as the new Head of Implementation and Investment at Bohemia, bringing more than 20 years of experience to the agency.

Halligan has worked on some of the largest media accounts in Australia including Proctor and Gamble, Coles Myer Ltd and Cola-Cola.

 “The Bohemia team have built an impressive, rigorous, data driven business that is geared up to succeed in our rapidly evolving Media industry,” Halligan said.

“We have enjoyed significant growth and have been looking for the best complementary leader to join our management team and head our Implementation and Investment product,” Brett Dawson, founder and managing partner of Bohemia, said.

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