Nerio Communications has been appointed as the strategic marketing partner of the Plus500 Brumbies for the rest of the 2019 season.
This new partnership is coupled with the appointment of senior communications specialist, Emma Kirkaldy (featured image), who joins as head of strategic development.
Kirkaldy joins Nerio after relocating to Canberra from Sydney, where she spent five years as GM of boutique agency, Polkadot Communications.
Kirkaldy brings over 25 years’ experience to the Nerio team, working across strategic communications in agencies and organisations in the UK and Australia.
Nerio is a full-service agency specialising in strategic marketing, tactical implementation and content creation and works with an extensive range of organisations and brands from both the public and private sector, in Australia and globally.
The agency’s client portfolio includes the ACT government, the Australian federal government as a member of the Creative and Digital Communications panel along with the SME’s across Australia.
Nerio director, Amy Nerio said: “We are thrilled to be working with one of Australia’s most iconic sporting brands and the team at the Plus500 Brumbies.
“There is a rich legacy at the Brumbies that celebrates the city of Canberra with a loyal fan base, we are eager to bring our experience to the table.
“We have experienced a positive start to the year and are delighted to welcome Emma to the team.
“It is a continuing focus to bring together a team of professionals with global experience to our industry both in our HQ city of Canberra and across Australia.
“Emma’s experience across all marketing disciplines and business strategy further expand our strong team, I’m confident we will continue to add to our flourishing client portfolio and look forward to further business growth.”
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