MediaCom has promoted Nick Thomas, currently head of marketplace, to national head of investment.
Thomas will sit on the executive committee and will oversee all of MediaCom’s investment activity nationally. His new remit will now include partnering closely with Minsun Collier, the agency’s national head of digital, to create a powerful leadership duo. He will also be responsible for driving the agency product, talent, and culture.
Thomas began his journey with MediaCom in 2012. During this time, he has worked with an array of world class marketers included P&G, KFC, Universal, Foxtel, Volkswagen, IKEA, Victorian Government, and for the last 3.5 years, has lead the Sydney investment arm of the agency.
Thomas was named a winner at B&T’s annual 30Under30 Awards at just 23 years of age.
Earlier this month, MediaCom unveiled its new agency proposition: moving forward, the network will help clients ‘See the Bigger Picture’.
Willie Pang, CEO MediaCom AUNZ said of the promotion, “As part of our ‘Seeing the Bigger Picture transformation, Nick will play a critical role in helping our clients drive towards an addressable future.
“His promotion is very well deserved and is a testament to our internal talent development programs and our People First, Better Results ethos. 2021 is truly going to be an exciting and transformative year for MediaCom.”
Thomas added, “I’m excited to continue working with this fantastic team in such a dynamic business, I want to continue to put our clients at the forefront of everything we do, to drive better results and continue cultivating market leading talent”.
Thomas will report directly into Willie Pang, and will work closely with Clare Butterworth, recently appointed interim general manager of investment.
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