Ultimate Edge Communications Welcomes Michaela Fulop Back As Client Success Manager

Ultimate Edge Communications Welcomes Michaela Fulop Back As Client Success Manager
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Sydney-based media marketing consultancy Ultimate Edge Communications (UEC) has announced a new hire in the company’s media team; Michaela Fulop returns to fill the vacant role of client success manager, to be the go-to person across the full client roster.

Michaela is returning to UEC where she worked previously for three years before taking a break in early 2019.

“It’s fantastic to have Michaela back on our team,” said UEC’s founder and CEO Aleisha McCall. “Her commitment to our clients’ results is what we (and our clients) missed the most while she was away. During that time, we fully integrated our four dimensions of media, creative design, marketing automation and intelligence, so she’ll be even better equipped and supported to optimise to campaigns.”

Fulop launched her career as a Broadcast Project Manager at VSI London where she worked with large international clients including Universal, Discovery Channel, BBC, Disney, HBO, and National Geographic. Her education in history and theory of film and audio-visual culture are the foundation for her passionate interests in branding, marketing and media. She has pursued this passion working closely with Logo Geek, award-winning brand designer Ian Paget and across club management roles at Crowne Plaza and David Lloyd Leisure.

During her hiatus from UEC, Michaela worked as an account manager with well-known brands including: THE ICONIC, Chatime, Watches of Switzerland and Mayfair Platinum.

“I am thrilled to come back (home) to UEC. It’s unique in its end-to-end campaign design with a collaborative team environment led by an amazing ‘hands-on’ entrepreneur. I missed working with Aleisha, who brings the best out of people with an empowering and supportive leadership style that I really enjoy.” Michaela adds “I especially look forward to supporting our clients through these challenging times so we all come out the other end stronger.”

“Michaela loves the hustle of an independent agency where no two days are ever the same. Her commitment to going the extra mile and doing whatever it takes to achieve client outcomes is exactly why our clients love her,” McCall added. “As we rebuild our team post COVID-19, we’ve focused on hiring candidates like Michaela who embody our core values; sincerity, honesty, loyalty and relentless desire to please our clients.”

 

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