Public relations and communications agency, Sammway, has appointed Emily Young as account manager. Young has recently returned home to Australia from London where she spent two years as a campaign director with CTF Partners (Crosby Textor in Australia) working on the creation and execution of business development and strategic communication campaigns for the private and not for profit sectors.
Her experience includes working with clients across a range of industries including finance, health, international development, politics, academia and music.
Founder of Sammway, Samantha Dybac, said, “I am delighted to appoint Emily as our leading account manager. Emily’s global experience will prove invaluable for our clients, many of whom are startups, small business and entrepreneurs, either looking to, or already operating in international markets.”
“I’m really proud of what we have achieved in the last three years and Emily joining the team compliments our recent growth.”
Emily Young said, “I’m thrilled to be joining Sammway. It’s great to be back in Australia and I look forward to being involved in the next phase of the company.
“Australia, more and more, is leading global industries, our entrepreneurs are world class and there is a distinct demand for Australian innovation abroad. Whilst in the UK I had the opportunity to work alongside some inspiring Aussies, who were trail-blazing in British and European markets and I look forward to supporting all the Sammway clients as they grow their businesses.”
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