Enero-owned communications agency Precinct has announced the appointment of Paul Kenny (Pictured above) to the newly-created role of CEO.
Kenny brings more than 30 years’ experience to the role, and has previously held positions at Jack Morton Worldwide, GPJ Australia and the Staging Connections Group.
He has been brought on to lead Precinct’s Sydney and Melbourne teams in delivering research-driven creative solutions to organisations across Australia.
Enero CEO Matthew Melhuish said Kenny’s appointment is a great move for the agency.
“Paul’s expertise and industry connections are a huge benefit to the Precinct team, and we look forward to working with him,” he said,
Commenting on his new role, Kenny said: “It’s a great honour to join the Precinct team, who have a long history of delivering high-quality creative work.
“We believe that any communications strategy has to be based on insight and data about the audience’s needs, whether that’s an annual event or a digital solution. We’re excited to work with new and existing clients in FY18 and beyond to deliver these evidence-based strategies that build a shared sense of purpose.”
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