Hulsbosch Boosts Creative And Client Service Teams With New Hires

Hulsbosch Boosts Creative And Client Service Teams With New Hires
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Australian branding and design company Hulsbosch announced three new internal appointments that will boost its creative and client service departments. Clare Bailey has been appointed client services director reporting to Hulsbosh business director, Jaid Hulsbosch.

Bailey is a strategic branding expert with 15 years’ experience delivering comprehensive, cross-discipline change programs for blue chip clients.

“I look forward to working with the Hulsbosch team to deliver exceptional branding solutions across all categories. Management of projects for some of Australia’s biggest brands is a rare opportunity and one I’m thrilled to be involved in. Ultimately, my goal is to support breakthrough creative that delivers real results for
our clients,” said Bailey.

Bailey studied Design at UNSW, travelling to Europe to continue her career in design management. During that time she spent five years with Brand Union, a WPP company. Returning to Sydney, most recently she has held client director and strategy roles at Landor Associates and Ink Project.

Joining Hulsbosch’s design team are Ayumi Moritoki and Benni Weller. They bring with them combined industry expertise of more than 30 years of senior design positions with a variety of branding and design agencies in Australia and overseas.

Moritoki has secured a formidable reputation as an accomplished designer based on innovative creative ideas and outstanding craftsmanship. Her achievements culminated in the execution of a number of high-profile campaigns during her time at Moon Communications Group.

Linda Jukic, creative director at Hulsbosch commented, “I’m delighted to welcome Ayumi and Benni to Hulsbosch. The driver to the Hulsbosch business is its creative engine and the addition of two talented designers will propel us toward even more successful work achievements. We will be starting 2016 in a strong position to take advantage of every creative challenge.”

Born and raised in Germany, Weller is an interdisciplinary design director. In industries as diverse as fashion and finance, education and telecommunication, Weller has worked for some of the most acclaimed agencies in both Germany and Australia including Re: (M&C Saatchi), Interbrand, Landor Associates and Peter Schmidt Group.

Both Design Directors report to Jukic. Having recently commenced their roles with the agency the creative duo are responsible for directing a range of clients including Virgin Australia, Bayer, Masters, Taronga Zoo, Tatts Group and V8 Supercars.

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