Simon Dell Joins JSAcreative As Digital Director

Simon Dell Joins JSAcreative As Digital Director

The former managing director of full-service marketing agency TwoCents, Simon Dell, has recently been appointed to head up the digital team at JSAcreative in Brisbane.

Dell joined JSAcreative in October, and had been the head of TwoCents for seven years since it was founded in 2009 and before it was sold to cloud-integration specialists, the Rype Group in January 2016. Prior to that he had worked in various marketing roles for both Lion Nathan and DB Breweries.

Lately he’d been working directly with PresCare developing the digital presence of the for-profit arm of the organisation’s business as well as working with a number of new businesses on the Brisbane start-up scene, including video compression software Clipchamp.

Dell will take responsibility for the digital offering from JSAcreative in the Brisbane office and will also look to raise JSAcreative’s profile in both the local and national marketplace. “JSAcreative is one of the longest-standing agencies in Brisbane, and still independently-owned, which was really attractive. It’s has produced some incredible creative and digital work over the past few years. I’m looking to not only continue that but take that to the next level.”

“I’m lucky to be surrounded by some incredible talents and think we have a real opportunity to bring JSAcreative to the forefront of the Brisbane agency scene.”

JSAcreative, approaching their 25th anniversary in 2017 are one of the longest standing agencies in the Brisbane creative scene.

JSAcreative MD Jeremy Bews said: “We’re extremely happy to have Simon on board. He has a wealth of knowledge in the digital space that will add another dimension to the support we can offer our clients.

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