Thompson Spencer is strengthening its full service offering by welcoming three new talented experts to its media, production and social media teams: Eugene Tuigamala as Creative Content Producer, Zinnia Dogra as Account Manager, and Rose Hunter as Strategic Media Manager.
All have all joined in recent months with the expectation of the Thompson Spencer agency trajectory of growth to continue in 2024.
Hunter has joined the Thompson Spencer Media team and is highly experienced in both traditional and digital media, a weapon at television planning and also knows her way around the ever-evolving digital space.
She has previously worked on large Kiwi corporates in insurance, energy, pharmaceutical and retail industries across local and global agencies. Hunter is always challenging the status quo and maximising ROI for all her clients.
Tuigamala has a wealth of experience in planning and coordinating TV and social media shoots as well as large-scale activations. He is ‘the’ engine room who sources props, costumes and organises talent and contractors to ensure all shoots are smooth sailing.
Tuigamala is the ‘hostess’ of the ‘mostess’’ and always making sure everyone is well fed and taken care of – after all a happy crew is a well-fed crew right?
Dogra is a recent returnee to Aotearoa from the bright lights of New York and Canada and comes with a background in graphic design and architecture.
Having thrived in fast-paced startups around the world, she is now focusing her expertise on two of Thompson Spencer’s key clients, Asahi and Parrs, among others. Her internationally-inspired creative thinking will provide significant additional value to Thompson Spencer clients.
“We are excited to have three absolute ‘rockstars’ join us and further strengthen our offering in 2024 as a full service agency and creating memorable advertising for our clients across the globe,” says Melanie Spencer, Group CEO of Thompson Spencer.