Zenith Australia has today appointed Jonny Cordony as general manager of Zenith Sydney.
The announcement, from Zenith Australia CEO Nickie Scriven, comes after eight months of Cordony acting in the role.
Prior to this, Cordony was Zenith’s national communications planning director.
He replaces Angela Swayn, who has resigned her position.
Scriven said of the appointment: “I would like to thank Angela for her dedication, hard work and loyalty to Zenith over the last three years, and we wish Angela and her family all the best in the future.
“I would also like to commend Jonny on the fabulous job he has done in caretaking this role over the last eight months and I am thrilled to now appoint him permanently to the role general manager, Zenith Sydney”.
Cordony added: “I am excited to formally take the reins as General Manager.
“I look forward to helping drive the continued momentum of our business – which in no small part has been thanks to our amazing clients and media partners.
“Our successes would also not be possible without the Zenith team, their passion, motivation and dedication that inspires us to build a business fit for the future”.
Last year, Zenith’s Sydney office secured a number of new business wins, including Luxottica, the Australian College of Applied Psychology and GHD.
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