MD Of Brand New Media Departs

MD Of Brand New Media Departs
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Global video content creation company brand new media (BNM) today announces Simon Joyce, Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand has resigned and is leaving the company to pursue a new opportunity.

“BNM is an extraordinary business with a really talented team and is well positioned to be the dominant force in video content marketing. It’s been an honour to work with Perry and lead the Australian team and I have no doubt that the business will continue on its growth path both in Australia and internationally. Personally, I would have loved to be part of this future growth, however the opportunity to start something new was too good to refuse” said Simon Joyce.

Simon Joyce

Simon Joyce

Perry Smith, Global CEO, brand new media commented: “Simon has made a very valuable contribution to our business and leaves us in great shape for a big year ahead. Personally I would like to thank Simon for the hard work and the effort he has put in to help make our company stronger. With the recent product additions and a market leading team in place, BNM is well set for growth in 2015.”

Simon’s last day at brand new media will be Friday 30th January. His next move will be announced in due course.

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