Hemisphere welcomes two new additions

Te Whanganui-a-Tara and Tauranga Moana based indie agency, Hemisphere, has welcomed Tamati Broughton (Ngāti Ruanui, Ngā Rauru) and Priyanka Bhanot to its Wellington office. 

Broughton joins as Kairuruku Kaupapa Project Coordinator, bringing experience in education and media buying. Bhanot comes onboard as Mātanga Matihiko Digital Specialist, with expertise in all things search, content, and project management. 

Broughton’s background and passion for incorporating Te Ao Māori will allow him to seamlessly collaborate across diverse teams and perspectives at Hemisphere. Meanwhile, Bhanot’s proven success driving results through organic marketing funnels makes her a valuable addition to propel online growth.

Hemisphere’s Kairataki, Dr Tim Antric, says: “Tamati and Priyanka both demonstrate our values of creativity, curiosity, and commitment to community. Their unique strengths will complement our team perfectly as we continue delivering excellence to our growing client roster. We’re thrilled to have them on board!”

Broughton says he joined Hemisphere because he “believed in the positive impact that everyone here makes”.

“I knew  I would have the opportunity to grow and learn in a friendly and creative team, while contributing to meaningful projects. Hemisphere’s reputation and supportive leadership were also important factors in my decision to join. For me, it was about finding personal satisfaction in being part of something bigger.”

Bhanot says she is pleased to start this new chapter of her career. “Hemisphere’s devotion to employee  development is truly commendable The positive and happy work culture is something that resonates with my values. By leveraging my expertise and working with the talented team, I’m excited by the journey ahead.”

The pair joined Hemisphere this week.

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