Movings/Shakings: 15 June

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  • June 15, 2018
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Movings/Shakings: 15 June

A pair of appointments

Heyday has appointed Jodi Willocks to the new position of general manager and promoted Mike Enoka the position of head of strategy.


Jodi Willocks, Mike Enoka

Managing director Luke Pierson said Willocks' appointment into a key leadership position provided greater diversity, creativity and leadership capability for Heyday.

“She is highly respected within creative circles across New Zealand and across the many clients she has worked with over the last decade or more, most recently as managing partner for Wellington-based creative agency, Assignment Group."

Meanwhile, Enoka has stepped into his new role from his position as director of content. Pierson says Enoka will be working closely with Willocks, and they bring a strong pairing to the leadership and strategy of the company.

Willocks starts at Heyday at the end of July.

New chapter

Vend has a new chief marketing officer in Malcolm Phillipps. 

Phillipps shared the news on LinkedIn, saying he is excited to be starting a new chapter.

Most recently, Phillipps was the director of marketing and external engagement at Waikato Management School. He sits on the board of directors for Electric Kiwi and is managing director of Phillipps Consulting.

His previous roles also include chief marketing officer at 2degrees as well as a number of marketing and acquisition roles at Spark. He's also sat on the boards for The Warehouse Group, and Hamilton and Waikato Tourism.

Taking the lead

Disruptive Unicorns Ltd. has signed Chris Macdonald as head of operations to lead and focus on client delivery.

Macdonald brings experience across building and leading digital marketing agencies, start-up companies, and corporate teams. His background includes working with Saatchi & Saatchi, Westpac, Fulcrum and Affinity ID.

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