History Will Be Kind (HWBK) has announced it has further expanded its team with three new hires, prompted by a raft of new business wins across FMCG, consumer tech and travel.
Rachael Gadgil (pictured above, right) has been appointed as a senior account manager, and brings five years of corporate and consumer expertise to the agency. Gadgil joins HWBK from Access-DGC, where she was a senior account manager.
Hayley Coope-Dempster (pictured above, left) has come on board at HWBK as an account manager, and will support a raft of clients within the agency’s consumer portfolio, having previously worked on campaigns for ALDI, Unilever, De’Longhi and Tetley in London.
Finally, Brooke Davie (pictured above, centre) has joined HWBK as a senior account executive. Davie will add depth to the agency’s tourism, technology, and food industry credentials, having previously worked with brands like Almond Breeze and Cebu Pacific at ICON International Communications, and Gourmet Dinner Service.
HWBK founder and managing partner Emma-Jane Granleese said 2017 has been a game-changing year for the agency, with the team focused on attracting brave, ambitious brands and talent.
“We’re very excited to welcome Rachael, Hayley and Brooke to our multidisciplinary team during this period of robust growth,” she said.
“They will play a critical role in delivering strategic support and outstanding results for our clients, and help us continue to bolster our position in market as we jump into 2018.”
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