Independent creative agency The Hallway has appointed BMF client services director Bec Morton to the newly created role of head of client management.
It’s been a big past year for The Hallway as it added five new recruits to its team in April last year.
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The Hallway strengthens management team, hiring Head of Client Management
The Hallway has lured former BMF Client Services Director Bec Morton to the newly created role of Head of Client Management at the independent creative agency.
Jules Hall, Managing Partner, The Hallway, said: "We’ve had a stellar year with new business and existing client growth. Bec rounds out our eight-strong management team, making it a straight 50/50 female/male split. She’s best in breed client services and a perfect fit for The Hallway."
Bec Morton added: "I'm really excited to have joined the passionate team at The Hallway. The agency is going from strength to strength and I look forward to playing my part in our continued growth.”
Bec will be working on all agency clients including Tourism Queensland, InsuranceLine, Qantas, ASX, eHarmony, Bupa, JCDecaux, Zuji and The Newspaper Works.
Morton brings over 13 years’ experience managing clients including ALDI, Meat and Livestock Australia, BPAY, Ferrero, Luxottica, ING Direct, Expedia, The Athletes Foot and Fraser's Property Group.
She joins the existing management team comprising partners Jules Hall and Simon Lee, Head of Planning Sophie Price, Head of PR Louise Pogmore, Head of Technology Brad Bennett, Head of Finance John van Ogtrop and Head of Operations, Hannah Sturrock.
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