PHD has announced the promotion of Amelia Ward to the role of head of digital Sydney, responsible for servicing all clients across the agency.
Ward has been at PHD for over eight years working on clients such as Elizabeth Arden, Ferrero and Air New Zealand and has been instrumental in the phenomenal growth of PHD. This growth continues to accelerate with recent wins including GSK, Unilever and Volkswagen Group.
Ward has been charged with helping drive PHD’s future digital agenda working closely with PHD’s capabilities in programmatic, mobile and search to ensure that they continue to deliver best in class digital solutions for clients.
Ward’s new role will see her take responsibility for all digital output. Of the appointment Ward said “It’s an exciting time to be in digital and an exciting time to be at PHD with all the growth we have had in the last year; so this is an amazing opportunity. My key focus will be to drive digital innovation throughout the agency by equipping and empowering every team to deliver the best digital solutions to our clients”.
Commenting on the promotion Mark Jarrett, managing director, said, “Amelia has been at PHD since day one and the combination of her enthusiasm for everything PHD along with her digital knowledge means she has the perfect balance needed to be a success”
Wards appointment is effective immediately.
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