Carat Sydney has announced that Ashley Earnshaw will join the agency as head of investment. Reporting to Carat Sydney’s managing director Dan Sinfield, Ashley will lead investment and implementation for the agency and sit on the executive leadership team.
Ashley comes to Carat with a great reputation and extensive experience from both the UK and Australia, having worked in investment roles with agencies such as MediaVest and in the UK, and Mediacom in both the UK and Australia.
Carat Sydney’s managing director, Dan Sinfield said, “I’m delighted to have someone of Ashley’s experience and ambition joining the agency. His investment credentials are well respected in the market and his recent role in the investment and content space make him the perfect candidate to drive our credentials in this space.”
“We are really committed to continuing to attract the very best talent in this market and Ashley’s appointment is another step in further strengthening our leadership team and adding knowledge to the agency.”
Speaking of the appointment, Earnshaw said, “It’s enormously exciting to be joining Carat, it is an agency with clear momentum and a compelling vision, with a talented leadership team and an impressive list of clients. I really like the direction that Carat is going and this is a superb opportunity to contribute to the next phase of their success.”
Earnshaw – who starts with Carat on February 25th – is the latest in a number of appointments to Carat Sydney’s leadership team, joining Dan Sinfield, Georgie Nichols and Kerry Boys.
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