Enero-owned PR agency Hotwire Australia has announced the appointment of Catherine Arnott as associate director, as well as a raft of new client wins.
Arnott (pictured above) joins Hotwire as a seasoned PR, media and communications professional with more than 13 years’ experience in both agency and in-house management positions across a range of sectors, specialising in technology and not-for-profit.
Her experience spans roles at Symantec, the Children’s Cancer Institute, Fundraising Institute Australia and Espresso Communications.
Mylan Vu, managing director of Hotwire Australia, said: “As Hotwire Australia ramps up for another year of growth, Catherine is joining at an exciting time, bringing a highly strategic and analytical approach to tackling our clients’ communications and business challenges.
“She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience across a range of tech-driven and innovative brands, and I’m looking forward to her applying this at Hotwire.”
Commenting on her appointment, Arnott said: “I’m thrilled to have joined such a well-renowned team at a time when clients are expecting even more from their communications agencies.
“I look forward to maintaining and driving Hotwire’s expertise, results and value further for its clients.”
Hotwire Australia has also recently been appointed the lead PR and communications agency for customer data science company dunnhumby, cloud computing player Rackspace, global cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia, and cloud and data management company Commvault.
Zoetropes, a praxinoscope, early projectors, and a phenakistoscope have all been used to channel what is considered a monumental moment for carmaker Volkswagen in a new short by Johannes Leonardo. Directed by Sam Brown, the 90-second film ‘The Wheel’ uses some of the oldest devices of motion in film—the Zoetrope (praxinoscope, early projectors, and phenakistoscope)—as […]