Digital out-of-home player Shopper Media Group (SMG) has expanded its team to keep up with its portfolio growth.
Ignatius Stillone has been appointed as a senior business manager. He brings over 10 years’ experience in sales and business management in the media industry, most recently selling cross-platform solutions across Australia for News Corp.
Sam Cameron joins SMG as a senior business manager in Sydney. Cameron has gained strong experience in account management in the media industry, alongside a proven expertise in finance, property and construction across multiple platforms.
Daniel Hrvatin has been appointed as a senior business manager at SMG in Melbourne after six years with APN Outdoor. Hrvatin brings a wealth of outdoor media experience and will be responsible for servicing and growing the direct and boutique agency markets across Victoria.
Samantha Barron and Teagan Ridgwell have joined SMG has business executives for Sydney and Melbourne respectively, while Quoc Phan has been appointed as a marketing and insights executive.
Bo Yuan also joins SMG as a front-end developer, while Adele Facchini has been hired as a traffic and campaign manager.
These appointments follow the announcement of Pacific Magazines’ Emily Sak being appointed as SMG’s first ever head of data and insights last month.
Shopper Media Group CEO Ben Walker said: “The latest round of appointments will strengthen our team to meet growing demand for our efficient and flexible digital media solutions and best-in-class data analytics.
“Our analytics offering has now been further enhanced with the recent integration of Roy Morgan Helix Personas into Shopper Media Group data.
“These new appointments will also further enhance our ability to offer best-in-class customer service for our key business partners and enable us to remain flexible and adaptable to their changing needs.”
Photo (clockwise from top left): Ignatius Stillone, Sam Cameron, Bo Yuan, Samantha Barron, Quoc Phan, Teagan Ridgwell
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