Movings/Shakings: March 2

Movings and Shakings in Auckland based recruitment company Marsden Inch, digital company Pure SEO, and two new roles are created at customer intelligence agency Perceptive.

New at Marsden

Marsden Inch has announced the recruitment of Clinton Ulyatt.

Clinton Ulyatt has joined the team to work alongside the existing crew of Jeneal Rohrback, Rob Roydhouse and Barry Williamson and brings with him 20 years of creative recruitment.

He has previously worked with both Barry at Y&R and 3rdeye and Jeneal at Y&R and Ogilvy respectively. “We are certainly not strangers when it comes to working together” says Ulyatt.

“We’ve had many conversations over the past 10 years, and now the timing is right. Good things take time, and I’m glad Rob and the team have persisted… that is what any recruiter worth their weight would do.”

“Marsden Inch is a legacy business, founded in 1991, successfully passing hands on a number of occasions. That’s rare in any business, extremely rare in recruitment – let alone the Creative Industries.”

Two is better than one

Data agency Perceptive has announced the addition of two new business directors, Michael Stones and Angela Dunn.

Both join these newly created roles in 2020 to help Perceptive strengthen its client connections.

Stones joins from UBT from his previous position as head of marketing strategy and services. Dunn joins from Dunhumby, from the role of senior client lead of insights.

Perceptive’s general manager Oliver Allen says​, “We are thrilled to have Ange and Michael join us at Perceptive. Bringing a wealth of strategic experience, both in New Zealand and internationally, we’re confident that they will help steer Perceptive’s client relationships and needs. They will be working to provide the best results for our clients.”

Pure SEO grows by seven

Digital marketing company, Pure SEO has seen strong growth in 2020 already, growing its Auckland based team by seven.

The SEO, admin, content, sales, and account management teams have all gained new assets with experience in the digital sector.

New hires include Amanda Middledorp, joining as a copywriter. Angela Chapman as the administration team’s newest member.

Anita Hayhoe, the newest edition to the business development team. Hayhoe was previously working alongside Idealog and StopPress as our sales manager. Working alongside Hayhoe is Liam Quinlan-Stamp and Shannon Xu as their business development manager.

Chris Moore and Shay Darvish have brought their experience to their new roles as account managers.

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