QMS has announced its promotion of several senior sales executives as the outdoor media company looks to continue its momentum as DOOH leaders in Australia.
In Sydney, Elliot Devine (main photo, left) has been promoted to NSW agency sales director and will drive the NSW sales team forward through the next evolution of QMS.
Alex Morrison (main photo, right) has also been promoted to group business director and will take the reins from Elliot to further drive the NSW group agency teams.
In Brisbane, Geoff Noonan has been promoted to Queensland general manager and will oversee all QMS operations in the state.
QMS chief revenue officer, Alex Kerley said the promotions reaffirm QMS’s talent pool and are reflections of their outstanding contribution and dedication to the business.
“As a business, we remain focused on pushing the boundaries of what digital out of home can achieve,” he said.
“At the heart of our growth is our people, who continue to deliver market leading customer service and solutions that drive impact and results.
“Elliot’s new role is another major step forward in broadening the experience of the team and enhancing our market presence in Sydney. For the past two and a half years, Elliot has set the standard for sales performance and his experience and quality customer service delivery will ensure we continue building momentum and delivering exceptional results for our clients.”
Kerley added, “Geoff has been with QMS for over 6 years and the success of the Queensland sales team is a reflection of how respected he is in market and within our business.
“His steady leadership has been crucial to the continued growth and reputation of QMS since the beginning and this promotion enables him to further enhance the strategic growth vision for the business beyond sales.”
Elliot Devine was equally enthusiastic about his new appointment.
“As the City of Sydney digital street furniture network rollout commences, and the demand for our expanding digital offering continues, I am excited to take on this new leadership challenge and help drive the NSW sales team through such a momentous time,” he said.
“This new opportunity also allows Alex to step into the group business director role, which is a reflection of his hard work, leadership and dedication he places on providing nothing short of the best customer service.”
Geoff Noonan added, “The growth we continue to deliver at QMS is testament to the simple vision we have in being the leading digital out of home provider in Australia.
“Our commitment to innovation and providing an honest and unbiased approach for clients continues to serve us well and I’m excited to lead the Queensland business through our next growth phase in this new role.”
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