Independent marketing intelligence company, MiQ, has appointed Stuart Parker and Rhiannon Brown in two newly created sales roles.
Since entering the local market in 2017, MiQ ANZ has grown two-fold providing marketing intelligence to some of Australia’s largest brands and media agencies.
Clients include Dentsu-Aegis, GroupM, American Express, Air New Zealand, and Carnival Group.
As a result of the company’s growing operations, Stuart Parker (featured image, second to left) has been appointed to the newly created role of sales director for independent and boutique agencies.
Parker joins the MiQ team armed with 14 years of experience in the media industry including senior sales and management roles with Newscorp, carsales.com.auand CarAdvice.
In addition, Rhiannon Brown (featured image, second to right) joins MiQ as group sales manager.
Having worked across the Australian media landscape for the last 10 years, Brown has held sales and management positions at InLink, Bauer,carsales.com.au and MCN.
Most recently, she was NSW agency director at Fairfax.
The two new hires will be reporting to Fi Roberts (featured image, far left), sales director at MiQ ANZ, and come as part of MiQ’s broader plan to expand its operations in the ANZ market.
MiQ ANZ managing director, John Danby (featured image, far right) commented: “Since entering the ANZ market just over a year and a half ago, MiQ has experienced incredible growth as we continue to provide strong marketing intelligence-led results for our clients.
“To keep up with demand and maintain our high-quality service, the next step naturally was to add these two new specialised roles to our sales team.
“We’re very excited to welcome both Rhiannon and Stuart onboard.
“Their impressive backgrounds make them invaluable additions to the team and I look forward to seeing how they contribute in moving the business forward.”
Commenting on his new appointment, Stuart Parker said: “Ad tech has traditionally been a crowded space, but as the market matures MiQ has become a clear market leader.
“I’m thrilled to be joining such a highly successful ad tech business that still has so much potential to grow at this exciting time.”
Rhiannon Brown said: “I love working in such a fast-paced, dynamic industry and am looking forward to joining MiQ as they continue to lead the way in marketing intelligence data solutions.
“It’s always great to be part of a winning team and I genuinely feel this role will offer me the opportunity to thrive within an amazing organisation.”
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