Aussie data visualisation and content marketing analytics agency Datalabs has announced the appointment of Marc de Chellis to run its business development, as well as the promotion of Cass Lilley to accounts and project manager.
De Chellis (pictured above, second from the left) joins Datalabs from Launchpad App Development, where he held the role of product director.
Datalabs managing director Otto Ottinger (pictured above, second from the right) said bringing on someone of the de Chellis’ calibre was a simple, straightforward decision.
“Marc brings us a structure to how we engage with potential clients and how we help our current ones,” he said.
“We deal with everyone from c-suite executives, designing their dashboards and reports, to marketing and communications managers on their visual strategies and campaigns. Marc understands tech and design and how data visualisation can help solve big problems.”
Ottinger said Lilley (pictured above, far right) has the uncanny ability to keep projects simple and on schedule, still finds the time to keep Datalabs’ clients happy.
“Combine our complex work on interactive data tools with large clients like the Federal Department of Education and you quickly realise the skill that Cass has to pull off a successful project,” he said.
Both de Chellis and Lilley join Datalabs associate director Dom Brooks (pictured above, far left) on the company’s executive team.
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