Fresh off the back of being shortlisted for the B&T NSW Agency of the Year, The Hallway has added significant firepower to its roster with five new additions.
Joining the agency, which is celebrating its sixth birthday, are senior digital producer Damien Callaghan, planner Clara Vincent, digital art director Jomuel Mananquil, PR director Laura Barette and PR manager Emma Silva.
Jules Hall, managing partner at The Hallway, said: “It’s always exciting when more people join us – in the last 12 months we’ve made over 14 new hires. It’s especially satisfying adding a breed of like-minded integrated individuals across our planning, technology and PR teams.”
Callaghan brings extensive technology expertise from time spent at MercerBell and Profero across clients including; Toyota, MasterCard and Smirnoff.
Vincent arrives from London via WPP owned agency, Hogarth Worldwide, where she lead global strategies to local audiences for brands such as: Nokia, P&G, Vodafone, Honda, Nestea, BMW and Dell.
Jomuel Mananquil has more than ten years’ experience in the online space, working in both interactive design and development roles across brands like HSBC, Nintendo, Tourism Australia and Subaru.
The agency’s growing PR team adds two new hires following new business wins, in the shape of Laura Barette and Emma Silva.
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