Dentsu Creative has appointed two more senior leaders as the business continues to bring the benefits of modern creativity to its clients.
Following the global unification of its creative offering with the launch of Dentsu Creative, Dentsu Creative Aotearoa has continued to build its talent base to connect brands and businesses to the future.
Jenni Doubleday takes the role of Head of Operations, joining the team after a decade at FCB. Doubleday will assume responsibility for the process and operations as the agency transforms its operating model, bringing together entertainment, PR and digital experience capabilities supported by next-generation creative, production and data.
Evaan Miocevich joins as Group Account Director returning to Aotearoa after twelve years overseas working in Australia and Singapore. Evaan has extensive experience across digital, PR and advertising and previously worked with Dentsu Creative Sydney before relocating back home.
“I’m delighted to welcome Jenni and Evaan to our growing team. They bring great talent and temperament to our agency,” says Murray Streets, Managing Director, Dentsu Creative.
“Jenni and I worked together at FCB, so I jumped at the chance to talk to her about our adventure. There’s no challenge she hasn’t seen before, and as we look to scale as a business, her experience and expertise will be invaluable,” says Streets.
Doubleday says she is delighted to have the opportunity to join the team at this critical time in the agency’s journey.
“They’re a deeply talented team with an inclusive culture that has already made me feel very at home.”
Miocevich says the decision to join Dentsu Creative when he returned home was a “no- brainer”.
“They’re a smart, motivated team on the rise. To begin my time working alongside our creative teams to deliver the recently released TVNZ+ work has firmly cemented my love of New Zealand advertising and what is possible as part of the Dentsu Creative team.”
“Evaan offers a rare track record of integrated experience across different agencies and disciplines. His agency track record, alongside setting up Trouble Brewing whilst living in Singapore, demonstrates his innovative and entrepreneurial skills. This made him an obvious choice given our focus on modern creativity,” says Streets.