Connecting Plots has announced three promotions within its strategy, client service and creative teams, including a newly created managing partner role for strategist, Tim Collier.
Collier has been with the agency since its inception in 2018.
He has been promoted to integrated strategy and planning partner, a newly created role that will see him help shape the trajectory, offering and profile of the company while also leading the strategic department at Connecting Plots.
“We couldn’t be more excited for Tim to step up into this managing partner role,” Connecting Plots group managing director and co-founder, Tom Phillips.
“Tim has been with us since day one and has played a huge part in the success of the company. He’s an incredible strategist and has a strong voice and vision in the company.”
Account director Gemma Barr has been promoted into the role of integrated project director.
The new role will see Barr focus on integrated campaigns and clients including Fantastic Furniture, Tourism Australia, Menulog, Westinghouse and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
Since starting at the agency in April 2019, Barr has had a proven track record of managing multi-faceted campaigns.
Designer Joe Davies-Griffith has worked within the creative and studio team since September 2019.
He has also been promoted to senior designer.
In the new role, Davies-Griffith will take on additional duties managing and overseeing more of the studio projects.
“It’s fantastic to be able to acknowledge and reward exceptional talent with new opportunities,” Phillips says.
“All three have delivered remarkable work over the past year and these promotions are just a testament to their talent and commitment.”
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