Kinetic Marketing Appoints Client Services Director

Kinetic Marketing Appoints Client Services Director
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Sydney-based full-service agency Kinetic Marketing has appointed its first client services director.

Bree Mankin has joined the team, leading the client services division.

Mankin has more than 15 years experience and has worked with many of Australia’s iconic consumer brands in fast moving consumer goods, consumer electronics and alcohol.  Her credentials also include leadership on award-winning and iconic campaigns such as the Lindeman’s Open Garden and Smirnoff Area 21.

Bree Mankin

Bree Mankin

On joining Kinetic Marketing, Mankin said, “From the moment I walked in the door, I’ve been struck by the enthusiasm and have been impressed by the creative that the team here have been producing.  I’m energised by the new opportunities that lie ahead and can’t wait to showcase the work that the extremely talented team at Kinetic have on offer to clients. This really is an exciting time to come on board with the team and I look forward to being part of Kinetic’s expansive future.”

Mark Livings, managing director, heralds the recruitment of such a high-calibre CSD for Kinetic as a real milestone for the agency.

“This is an exciting time for Kinetic.  We are very excited to welcome Bree into the team and we’re very much looking forward to the acceleration of professional development of our staff and continuing growth of the business under Bree’s stewardship.”

Livings also added: “I’m particularly excited for our existing clients.  Bree will bring a whole new skill set to our agency and an enviable amount of experience.  I’m positive this will raise our standards of creativity and marketing efficacy to new levels.”

Since the agency’s inception in July 2010, the business has grown from a team of two, to over thirty marketing, design, production and digital professionals with a broad range of specialist skills and experience.

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