Revolution360 has strengthened its Melbourne team with the addition of two Account Managers.
Natalie Kisacanin and Brad Summers have joined the out-of-home media, immersive experiences and activated transport networks specialist where they will nurture current business relationships and explore and foster opportunities to grow business relationships and accounts.
Kisacanin joins Revolution360 from Interplay Media, where she served as National Account Manager. Prior to that, she held the role of Key Account Manager at The Entertainer in Dubai, where she launched the fashion and retail sections of a mobile app for the UAE and Gulf Corporation Council and negotiated annual contracts with top fashion and retail merchants.
Summers strong media background includes roles as Account Manager with Channel 31 and as Advertising and Content Manager with Furst Media, as well as four years as Business Development Manager with Street Press Media. He has worked with clients including the Fashion Journal, Beat Magazine and Mixdown Magazine to build and deliver multi-platform campaigns across a suite of channels.
Revolution360 Head of Sales (Victoria) Josh Fitzgerald said: “Both Brad and Natalie bring vast media experience with them and will play pivotal roles in continuing to deliver exceptional results for our clients and driving revenue growth for the business. We look forward to having them as part of the family.”
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