Vizeum has bolstered its senior ranks with the promotion of Nick Behr to Sydney managing director and Travis Day to MD of Melbourne.
The full release:
“Vizeum has promoted Nick Behr to Managing Director for Sydney and Travis Day to Managing Director in Melbourne, placing the former General Managers in their respective markets in newly created roles to continue leading the rapidly-growing agency.
Continuing to report to Vizeum’s ANZ CEO Kenny Stewart, Travis and Nick are joined in the agency’s national senior leadership team by David Campbell, promoted to Head of Digital & Investment, and Ben Taylor, promoted to Head of Strategy, both across Australia and New Zealand.
Vizeum CEO Kenny Stewart said: “These appointments have been driven by both the strong growth that Vizeum has experienced since re-establishing itself locally in 2012 and the future ambitions for the agency, along with the individual performances of Travis, Nick, David and Ben.”
“With this team at the helm with their respective and complementary areas of expertise, we are better placed than ever to drive innovative solutions by marrying our data capabilities and digital service abilities to our strategic planning expertise. We now have in place a cohesive, collaborative national operating structure to better drive innovation and service excellence.”
Nick Behr, Managing Director of Vizeum Sydney, said: “It’s been a privilege to lead the Vizeum team in Sydney for the past two years and I look forward to working alongside the leadership team, Kenny and the entire Vizeum staff to continue the growth and success of Vizeum across ANZ.”
Travis Day, Managing Director of Vizeum Melbourne, said: “We have truly built a unique agency in Vizeum locally, with a dedicated focus on digital and strategy underpinning all that we do. Bringing Dave and Ben into these senior roles helps cement our position in the market as we continue to deliver strategic and effective solutions for clients.”
Vizeum has around 80 staff across Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Auckland with clients including BMW, Domain, Red Bull, Sonos, Tourism Tasmania and Pernod Ricard. The Perth and Auckland offices continue to report to CEO Kenny Stewart.”