Leading AI omni-channel marketing platform EternityX Australia has expanded its team appointing Sabrina Chang as Senior Account Manager.
Chang joins EternityX Australia from her advertising sales position with Hearst Media in Taiwan where she worked on Cosmopolitan magazine and managed key accounts including Mercedes-Benz, Michael Kors, Gucci, Estée Lauder, LVMH, L’Oréal Paris, Triumph International, Wocal, NIVEA and Unilever.
In her newly created position with EternityX, Chang’s key responsibilities will include managing relationships with clients and developing data-driven campaigns that effectively engage Chinese consumers both locally and abroad.
“I am excited to join the EternityX team. There is a huge opportunity for advertisers in Australia to better engage Chinese Australian consumers and I’m particularly looking forward to working with clients while utilising EternityX’s real-time insights to develop highly-targeted campaigns,” said Chang.
Chang will report to Luke Bussell, Director, EternityX ANZ, while working closely with Tony Skvarc, Sales Director, EternityX ANZ.
Luke Bussell added, “We’re very happy to have Sabrina on board. Her depth of experience across both Australia and Asia, teamed with her digital media knowledge and impressive track record in sales performance will complement our growing team well.”
Chang’s appointment follows EternityX’s recent launch into the Australian market earlier this year. Chang commenced on March 8, 2021 and will be based out of the Eternity X Australia head office in Surry Hills, Sydney.
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