Fiftyfive5 has today announced the appointment of Niamh Buchanan, as a senior consultant based in Christchurch.
Niamh’s 15 years of research and CX experience has been gathered in New Zealand, Ireland and Australia across a wide range of industries and clients including retail, financial, utilities, social and government, tourism, FMCG, software and pharmaceutical. In New Zealand she ran her own consultancy and was previously Customer Insights Manager at Kathmandu and Senior Customer Insights Specialist at Meridian Energy.
“I am passionate about insights and strategy and partnering closely with clients to drive their businesses forward. I am delighted to be joining an agency which has a proven track record of delivering insights for growth through innovative tools and approaches for commercial impact. I am particularly excited to be championing our presence here in Ōtautahi /Christchurch, South Island and indeed wider New Zealand,” she said.
Niamh will further extend the Fiftyfive5 footprint in the South Island, as well as bringing advanced qualitative, CX and strategic capability to our New Zealand team. Niamh will have access to our full research and strategy capabilities out of our Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne and Singapore offices.
“Since our launch ten years ago New Zealand has been a strategically important market for us, so we’re excited to be further investing in talent as we grow our footprint further into the South Island” said Fiftyfive5 founding partner Darren Kemp.
“Niamh is a great addition to the Fiftyfive5 team that further strengthens our presence and capability with highly experienced talent in the region,” said Fiftyfive5 New Zealand Country Lead Richard Hall.
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