Cummins&Partners has promoted Matt Rose to lead their account management and integration teams following a six-month stint leading some of the agencies largest accounts.
Rose will replace Katie Firth who leaves to take up a role with TBWA. In his new role, Rose will look to expand the AM and IM function, with a strong focus on the full-service offering after a period of rapid growth and pitch wins over the last eight months including Kraft Heinz, Golden Circle, McCain Foods, Sarah Lea, Repco, Simonds Group and Delos.
He is a passionate industry advocate and was a founding member of The Communications Council’s Account Management Group (AMG), lecturer at Adschool and guest-lecturer at Monash University.
Chris Jeffares, CEO at Cummins&Partners said, “Matt has brought unbridled passion and energy to C&P since he joined and has already done a wonderful job in creating and developing new opportunities for clients and his team alike.”
Rose added, “I’ve loved working with the crew at Cummins&Partners and I’m thrilled to be given the opportunity to lead such a passionate bunch. We’ve added some great new brands to an already enviable client list and I’m looking forward to seeing the work roll out.”
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