Brisbane’s creative agency Pusher has hired its first general manager former UM digital services director Lukas Temple (pictured right)
The announcement in full:
“Brisbane, 17 February 2014:: Following strong growth in their Brisbane office over the past few months, creative agency Pusher has now hired their first General Manager, Lukas Temple.
Lukas was previously Digital Services Director with UM and Reprise, and prior to that he led the digital team at Starcom Brisbane and set up local offices for Adconion and Tempest Media in the Brisbane market.
Lukas will be responsible for providing strategic leadership to the Pusher team and clients in Brisbane, managing and mentoring the team and continuing to evolve the service offerings to ensure Pusher’s clients lead their respective markets.
Kim Hopwood [pictured left], Co-Founder and Managing Director of Pusher said, “Lukas is one of the leading digital thinkers in Brisbane so it’s a huge triumph for Pusher. With Lukas joining us it greatly enhances our strategic proposition which will mean bigger and better results for our work, agency partners, and clients.”
Lukas added, “I love Pusher’s passion and understanding of digital, but more so that they are grounded in a consumer first mind-set. I think it’s a potent mix that sets you up for truly effective communications.”
Lukas will begin with Pusher immediately.”
Please login with linkedin to comment
GHO Sydney has developed a new educational platform for Family Planning NSW to help parents and carers of children with disabilities navigate the changes to their bodies, emotions and social interactions. The project, ‘Planet Puberty’, was made possible through funding from the federal government’s Department of Social Services, and was co-designed with people with disability […]