Independent media agency Pivotus has boosted its account management team with the appointment of two new senior account managers, Alina Kulchol and Rebekah Wymer.
In their new roles, the pair will work closely with Pivotus’ growing client base to streamline their digital media spend, reporting and analytics, for maximum impact. They will also collaborate with creative and marketing agencies to provide media buying services.
Kulchol (to the right in the image above) joins Pivotus from Sydney advertising agency, c three agency, where she spent 15 years as client service account manager (Media) and advertising account manager, among other roles. During this period, she gained vast experience in media strategy and buying through serving key client accounts across travel, education, and franchise businesses. In her new remit, she will work on Pivotus accounts Australian Building Company, Invest by Metricon, Criteria Corp and Snap Fitness, reporting to account director Adrienne Le Mura.
Wymer (to the left in our cover image) has 10 years’ experience working in media planning and buying roles across agencies in New Zealand and Australia, including PHD, Carat and Wavemaker, and most recently at Ten Four. In her new remit, she will work on Pivotus accounts the University of Tasmania and RACT, plus several new Pivotus clients, to be announced soon. She will report to account director Ruther Chan.
Pivotus CEO, Michael Petersen said the new hires brought a broad skillset to Pivotus’ ever-expanding team.
“Our business has experienced rapid expansion over the past two years, with many new hires and significant revenue growth. To continue to deliver for our clients, we need to recruit experienced, dedicated senior staff members, who can bring their strategic thinking and strong client relationships to the business. Alina and Bek have a combined 25 years’ experience in media buying and planning and are highly in tune with the market and what our clients need. They will give us the capacity to continue to grow as an agency – I am certain they are going to deliver great value across their portfolios,” he said.
Both appointments are effective immediately.
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