Zenith Australia CEO, Nickie Scriven, today announced the promotion of the agency’s Melbourne general manager, Megan Kay (main photo), to the new role of managing director.
Effective immediately, Kay’s elevation to Melbourne MD comes off the back of a strong year of growth for the agency, with the Melbourne office securing a number of new business wins and effectively doubling in size.
Kay has been Melbourne GM for three years, charged with leading the agency’s Melbourne clients, staff and operations. Prior to that, she headed up Zenith’s Victorian Government account. With more than 25 years of experience working in the media industry, Kay has also previously worked at sister agency Starcom.
On the appointment, Scriven said: “At a time when our Melbourne business has doubled in size following a string of new business wins, I’m thrilled to recognise Megan’s great efforts with this well derserved promotion.
“Megan has done a brilliant job leading our Melbourne office. She has recruited the best and brightest talent to work for Zenith Melbourne, setting our business up for continued growth and momentum.”
Kay added: “It’s such an exciting time to be leading Zenith Melbourne, and I have every confidence that we have the right people, partners and technology to continue delivering amazing work for our clients in 2020 and beyond.”
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