Vizeum recruits Wade Kingsley from DMG

Vizeum recruits Wade Kingsley from DMG

After a list of recent successes and new clients, Vizeum has appointed Wade Kingsley as its new head of business.

Kingsley joins the agency having come from a senior executive role with DMG Radio – the owner of Nova and smoothfm. His 15 years with the company saw him managing talent, commercial product creation and brand marketing.

The new addition will complete a senior executive team within the company, with Kingsley joining David Campbell as head of strategy and Travis Day, the general manager.

Vizeum’s general manager Travis Day said he’s delighted to have secured a senior and experienced professional to the role.  “Wade comes to us with a wealth of industry experience and a reputation for delivering on a brands’ promise for both the business and its clients. He is exactly the sort of person we’re looking for to continue our agency’s reputation for innovation through product and service excellence”.

Wade Kingsley said: “At DMG I worked on a daily basis with brands that were designed to shape the industry around them, rather than conforming to the norm; and it’s this kind of experience and energy is what I hope to bring to Vizeum”.

Vizeum has recently won several new clients, and renewed many existing business. Just last week it was appointed by Hitachi, in April it partnered with Ogilvy for Mini, in March it won Oakley and expanded its role with Tourism Tasmania, and in February it retained it $20m BMW account.

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