Agnes Media appoints former Qantas marketer Jan Consul

By AdNews | 24 September 2021
Jan Consul.

Independent Sydney agency Agnes Media has appointed former Qantas marketer Jan Consul as senior performance manager. 

Consul, with extensive experience in digital performance marketing gained from a career spanning Philippines, Singapore and Australia, will lead programmatic trading and social management.

After moving to Sydney in 2017 he led the campaign execution for Qantas loyalty and airline brands at its  in-house trade desk, formerly known as Red Planet before its recent rebrand to Qantas Trade Desk. He has also worked at Havas and Starcom Singapore, managing multiple global accounts for the agencies. 

Agnes Media founder and director Charlotte Ward: “I am delighted that Jan is joining the team and bringing his wealth of experience to our clients. I have known him for a number of years, after collaborating closely while I worked at Qantas, and we had a fantastic working relationship. The role will see him leading the programmatic and social trading for our clients, in addition to managing other members of the team."

Consul: “I’m really looking forward to working with Char once again, in a role which will allow me to grow both the agency team and client base. What drew me to Agnes was the innovative way it approaches campaign management with innovative and effective tactics alongside its highly agile focus. This, in addition to their diverse and growing list of clients, is what really excites me about this new opportunity."

He will work alongside Riya Mukherjee who was recently appointed as senior performance manager to lead performance planning.

Agnes Media launched in 2020 with leading global payment and shopping service Klarna as a foundation client, with the agency managing their co-marketing performance activity. Agnes also works with Zolo, Australia's first profit-for-purpose tech-cycling company, Jace Legal, a commercial law and conveyancing business and Paytime, an HR fintech brand.

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