Deloitte bolsters creative and digital arm with 40 grads

Rosie Baker
By Rosie Baker | 15 March 2018

Deloitte has grown its digital consulting business with the hire of 40 grads this year – a major increase in its usual intake.

The hires, with talent in graphic design, developers, software engineers, strategists, digital marketers, data scientists, service and user experience designers, and AR/VR specialists, bring its total headcount to more than 540 people in Australia, making it one of Australia's largest digital consulting businesses.

The move is part of Deloitte's efforts to accelerate the growth of its digital and creative business to meet client demand for digital transformation.

The firm hired McCann Melbourne's senior leadership team, including Adrian Mills, David Phillips and Matt Lawson, late last year to kick start its creative business.

Deloitte Digital lead partner, Steve Hallam, says: “We have some of the hottest creative and digital talent in the country working at Deloitte Digital and we want to keep it that way.

“We are constantly on the lookout for people who are driven by disruption and share our passion for all things digital.

“We are looking for graduates who think outside of the box, who can help our clients create an experience for their customers that is second to none. Our graduates use innovation and design principles, coupled with the most cutting edge emerging technologies, to create experiences like no other.”

Adrian Mills, Creative, Brand & Media lead partner, adds: “We’re colliding the discipline of Deloitte with the power of creativity to build the market’s leading Digital Creative Consultancy. This requires an incredibly diverse cohort excited by the opportunity to build the physical and digital experiences of the future.”

Deloitte is looking to add a further 100 graduate and intern positions in 2019.

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