The Ogilvy Australia Community has expanded its artistic division in Sydney with the appointment of three new artistic groups following a interval of progress for the company.
Maddie Batkin-Walkerden and Leora Zuckerman be part of the company as artwork administrators, whereas Cal Harmer joins as junior artwork director – pairing up with copywriters Baxter Atkins, Isabella Smith and newly appointed junior copywriter, Sarah Brighton.
Atkins, Smith and Brighton are all graduates of Ogilvy Australia’s Goliath program, which the corporate confirmed it could once more be investing in and taking purposes for within the fourth quarter of 2021.
“We’re thrilled to have these unbelievable people be part of our fabulous artistic workforce,” Ogilvy Australia CEO Sally Kissane says.
“Maddie, Leora and Cal be part of us and their artistic companions Baxter, Bella and Sarah at a time the company is experiencing nice momentum and progress.
“Their vibrancy and power, along with unbelievable ambition will add to our market main work and firm tradition.
“I’m immensely pleased with the position our firm is taking part in within the funding and growth of Australia’s artistic younger thinkers. We’ve got many great workforce members who’ve thrived by means of the Goliath program through the years and been promoted throughout our community.
“I encourage different aspiring expertise to maintain a watch out for our Goliath program when purposes open later this yr.”
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