JCDecaux's Sam Keogh to become SCA's head of agency sales for Sydney

By AdNews | 17 November 2023
Sam Keogh.

Sam Keogh will become SCA as head of agency sales - Sydney on January 8 2024. 

Keogh joins SCA from JCDecaux, where he was group business director. 

He will be responsible for providing overall strategic direction and leadership to the Sydney agency sales team to maximise revenue across all metro radio and regional radio stations and LiSTNR digital assets.

Keogh has more than 11 years’ experience in the advertising and media industry in sales and management roles.   

The appointment of Keogh also coincides with the appointment of Amanda Unwin, SCA’s current head of radio sales – Sydney, as head of sales for the Perth market.

SCA chief commercial officer, Seb Rennie, said he could not be more delighted to welcome Keogh to SCA.

"He is an exceptional sales leader with a proven track record of delivering revenue growth. I look forward to seeing our Sydney Agency Sales team grow from strength to strength" he said.

"Similarly, I am thrilled with the appointment of Amanda as Head of Sales - Perth. I know that under Amanda’s leadership, the Perth market will continue to thrive and grow."

Keogh said he is beyond excited to embark on a new chapter in his career at SCA.

"The expansive suite of content under the SCA umbrella, coupled with the growth across digital audio, and access to unique audience insights, presents an unparalleled opportunity for advertisers which is truly exciting," he said.

"I’m looking forward to working with the highly respected sales team and contributing in a major way.” 

Keogh’s appointment comes after the resignation of Maryanne O’Sullivan, who is moving on from SCA after 6.5 years with the business. 

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