Publicis Sapient appoints Sarah Adam-Gedge as MD

By Mariam Cheik-Hussein | 22 November 2018
Sarah Adam-Gedge

Publicis Sapient, the digital business transformation hub of Publicis Groupe, has named Sarah Adam-Gedge as its new managing director as it reveals plans for further expansion.

Adam-Gedge who joins from management consultancy company Avanade Australia where she held the same role. With three decades of experience, she has previously worked at IBM and PwC.

Publicis Sapient said the appointment is part of the company's evolution in Australia as it seeks to ensure clients are prepared for digital transformation in the industry.

Adam-Gedge reports to Publicis.Sapient international CEO and Publicis Groupe global lead for digital business transformation Nigel Vaz.

“Sarah is an exceptional talent with a strong reputation for building and growing Australian businesses,” Vaz said.

“Her experience and strengths in technology and consulting, strong C-level relationships and personal reputation in the market make her the perfect person to take Publicis Sapient to the next level in Australia. I’m excited for the experience and diversity of perspective she will add to our international leadership team.”

Adam-Gedge said she's excited to take on the role as the business continues to bolster its presence in the local market.
“I’m delighted to have the opportunity to join Publicis Sapient at such an important time in its evolution and to help build on its reputation for helping businesses to reinvent and transform themselves and keep pace with a rapidly changing world,” she said.

“I’m looking forward to joining a renowned market leader in Publicis Sapient and to the significant impact we can make for our clients.”

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