Brand New Staff Oct2016 005

| By Nick Bayes News

More talent to The Brand Agency

Following on from the appointment of Belinda De-Corti as Agency Producer, Sarah Kappeler as Account Manager and Paul Hamilton as Head of Digital Projects and Strategy, The Brand Agency has made three more significant appointments.

Hannah Muirhead joins from Meerkats as Senior Planner, Muirhead is an experienced brand strategist responsible for some of WA’s most successful campaigns for clients such as iiNet, Mrs Macs and Murdoch University. She has also worked with international brands including American Express, Arnotts, Westpac and McDonalds. Muirhead will add further depth to the Brand’s already extensive strategic capabilities.  

Nicole MacNeil joins as Senior Media Planner working as part of Brand’s integrated media offering, under Head of Media and Analytics, Angela Naaykens. MacNeil has over 20 years’ experience in both the UK and Australia as a media strategist and planner working on the WA Governments’ Bigger Picture campaigns as well as Jaguar, Air France, BBC Worldwide and Cancer Council, amongst others.

David Woodward also joins as Front End Developer, David is a talented, up and coming developer who will work within Brand’s 20-strong technology team.General Manager, Nick Bayes commented, “With our continued growth comes the opportunity to invest in talented people to further strengthen our integrated offering. Hannah, Nicole and David are a great fit for the agency and we’re all excited to have them on board”.



Nick Bayes | General Manager

Nick has over 20 years’ experience managing complex international brands in London, Sydney and Perth. He started his career at a London PR agency, before entering the world of direct marketing and then advertising. This wide-ranging experience gives him an intuitive approach to communications and has made him a champion of the integrated agency model. After eleven years at The Brand Agency, the start of 2016 saw him become General Manager of the Perth office. 

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