The fourth quarter has been a significant period of blue-chip pitching for Pitchblack, the results of which have become an early birthday present for the agency as it turns five in January.
Principal Partner Josh Moore says: “As we enter our sixth year our foundation clients and brand-new clients alike have put us in the privileged position to invest in the next chapter of Pitchblack. Starting with us early in the new year are a number of new additions to the team. This expansion has meant we can proudly announce the promotion of Katie Loverich and Campbell McLean to Managing Partners and announce the appointment of a new partner and General Manager, Emma Dalton.”
Principal Partner Jono Key says: “Campbell and Katie have been with Pitchblack since day one, from our beginnings around a kitchen table, to today, here at Drake St. They’re stars of the PB family and outstanding members of our management team. They have been personally responsible for driving the agencies successful long term client relationships on the likes of Burger King, TAB, Sanitarium and Griffin’s.”
Moore says: “Emma Dalton’s appointment reflects our growth. Emma has had a stella run as GM of Young Shand building a great team culture and a strong set of clients over the last 6 years. We are stoked to bring her into our management team as we expand.
Dalton says: “Stepping into the leadership team at Pitchblack Partners with some old friends is the best possible way to round out 2023. I’ve always been a fan of how Josh, Jono and the team think and I’m excited to see that applied to some new client partners in the new year. Pitchblack is impressively successful, with an enviable list of client partners for an agency that is five years young. Building on this momentum is going to be a joy. “