WA’s Highest Ranked Creative Joins The Brand Agency

WA’s Highest Ranked Creative Joins The Brand Agency
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The Brand Agency has announced Perth’s number one ranked creative, Neil Martin (Left in feature image), is joining the agency from Marketforce.

In a coup for the agency, Martin will team up with Matt Wilson, the state’s second-ranked creative.

Currently, two of the state’s most exciting creative talents, art director Martin and copywriter Wilson have worked on some of Perth’s most effective and highly awarded campaigns for clients such as Lotterywest, Curtin University and Amazing South Coast.

Brand Agency executive creative director Marcus Tesoriero (right in feature image) said: “It’s a tight pool of creatives here in Perth so I was pleased that Neil was eager to join our team.

“I’m extremely proud of what our creative team and wider agency have achieved over the last year and Neil’s appointment now takes us a step higher.

“We’re looking forward to his impact over the coming months”.

Martin said he was looking forward to working with The Brand Agency and its talented team.

He said: “Over the past few years, The Brand Agency has delivered some amazing campaigns, cementing its excellent reputation in WA.

“I’ve had a great run around Perth’s advertising track so far and I’m very excited about pulling on a new pair of running boots for The Brand.

“I can’t wait to score some wins with Matt, Marcus and the rest of the team”.

 

 

 

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