Magnum boosts team with former One Green Bean-er hire

Magnum boosts team with former One Green Bean-er hire

Sydney based communications agency Magnum PR has appointed Matt Holmes as creative director to bolster up its senior management team.

Emma Mackenzie
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Holmes joins from One Green Bean and has more than 12 years experience in the industry.

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Sydney based creative communications agency Magnum PR announced today the bolstering of their senior management team with the hiring of Matt Holmes in the new position of Creative Director.

Matt will head up content strategy and creative output across the agency’s PR, experiential and social media portfolio including Red Bull, Oakley, JBL, Monster headphones, DéLonghi, Thredbo and recent client win Bacardi, as well as providing mentorship and leadership to several account leads.

Matt joins from One Green Bean where during his tenure the agency won eight ‘Agency Of The Year’ titles with notable campaign successes that contributed including LEGO Australia’s 50th anniversary ‘Festival of Play’ and Virgin Mobile’s ‘Fair Go Bro’ that was awarded at numerous international and local festivals, including Cannes Lions, AWARD Awards and Spikes Asia awards.

Matt Holmes, Magnum PR's new creative director

Matt Holmes, Magnum PR’s new creative director

“Matt’s passionate about integrated creative thinking and is a champion of collaboration to drive earned media that helps clients get the most from their marketing budgets,” says Michelle Hampton, Managing Director, Magnum PR. “With a track record of delivering engaging and effective communications work, his appointment is an important further development in our client offering that will help our continued ambition to deliver fresh, multi-channel content that gets people talking.”

Holmes has more than 12 years experience in the communications industry and before his arrival in Sydney from London in 2010 worked at Freud Communications and Cake Group on brands including Nike, Sky, Reebok, Orange, Nintendo and Carling.

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