Independent digital agency Deepend has strengthened its award-winning team with the hire of a new account director, Holly Puzylo, to support continued client growth across sectors.
Hailing from the UK, Puzylo has more than a decade of international experience in developing and supporting the implementation of integrated solutions across multichannel marketing, analytics, and CRM.
She joins Deepend following her role as account director at CACI London where she worked on blue-chip clients including Bupa, Allianz, Molton Brown, AXA and the RSPB.
Puzylo said she is looking forward to contributing to the dynamic Deepend team and getting fully immersed in the Australian digital landscape.
“Aussies hold the international lead as early technology adopters and I am genuinely thrilled to be joining Australia’s largest independent digital agency,” she said.
“Deepend’s ever-expanding roster of high calibre clients and industry awards is testament to the company’s leading reputation and the team’s genuine passion to produce innovative work.”
Dan Robathan, general manager and head of strategy at Deepend, said Puzylo is a multi-skilled leader, adept at managing teams and building strong relationships across the board.
“2016 has already proved another big year for us with five award nominations to date and a spate of new business wins. We are looking to continue this momentum with Holly who makes a fantastic addition to our growing team. Having hit the ground running, she is already applying her considerable skills to make an immediate impact on the agency and our clients.”
Deepend is proudly part of a four-agency collective, the Deepend Group; an independent, digital communications and innovation consultancy group. The Deepend Group portfolio includes the leading specialist agencies Deepend (Digital), How To Impact (Innovation), Nomad (Mobile) and History Will Be Kind (PR/Social Media).
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