Hogarth Expands Addressable Content Team With Two Key Hires

Hogarth Expands Addressable Content Team With Two Key Hires
B&T Magazine
Edited by B&T Magazine

Hogarth has today announced the expansion of its addressable content team with the appointment of Alice Hughes as addressable lead of Hogarth Australia, and the elevation of Blake Moseley to global head of addressable product.

Hughes (featured image) will now oversee Australia’s addressable content offering and lead Hogarth’s Addressable Content Partnership (ACP) with GroupM.

She will ensure clients across the region are best equipped with content services that are more data- driven, and that consumers are provided with a highly personalised advertising experience.

Hughes boasts 14 years of media industry experience, joining Hogarth from Omnicom, where she led Australia and New Zealand operations for dynamic creative optimisation (DCO) agency – Adylic.

Here, Hughes delivered and managed personalised ad tech solutions for multiple agencies and brands across the Omnicom Group.

“I am beyond excited to be joining Hogarth. Blake has done an amazing job building and implementing our Addressable offering and I look forward to continuing its growth and success across AUNZ,” said Hughes.

“Hogarth’s ACP is a very powerful, forward-thinking solution. It will help connect brands to audiences and deliver the ultimate personalisation experience through the power of content.”

Since joining Hogarth, Moseley has the led the design, development, and implementation of Hogarth’s addressable content and DCO offering across Australia and New Zealand.

In his current role, Moseley (pictured below) will be an instrumental member of the global addressable content practice team, expanding his remit to collaborate with GroupM’s global agencies while also working closely with global clients including Vodafone, Uber and Honda.

“Over the past 18 months I’ve had the privilege to work alongside some of the smartest people in the industry,” said Moseley.

“I’m excited and grateful to be given the opportunity to now expand my remit, working with Hogarth Global and GroupM across the world to further evolve our offering and continue to keep us as the addressable leaders in every region.”

Justin Ricketts, CEO of Hogarth AUNZ, commented, “Blake has been an invaluable part of the Hogarth AUNZ team, spearheading the development and productisation of our addressable content offering across the country. It is now time for him to expand this remit across Hogarth Worldwide and we are super excited to see what Blake can achieve on a global stage.

“After an exhaustive market search, we are over the moon to welcome Alice Hughes to Hogarth Australia,” Ricketts continued. “As addressable lead for AUNZ she will really help drive our addressable content partnership with Group M forwards. Alice brings a wealth of technical knowledge and skills to the team. She aligns perfectly with our company values, and we are very excited to have her onboard.”

Max House, Hogarth Worldwide MD, global media partnerships, added, “Blake has been instrumental in the design and development of the ACP offering to date, so I am thrilled to have him joining the Global ACP team as we further develop and scale the offering across the GroupM and WPP client base.

“Very few people in the industry has the depth of knowledge Blake has across all aspects of media, data, creative and tech, so there is no one better placed to spearhead the ACP from a product perspective.”

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