Sergio Brodsky resurfaces as Nunn Media's head of strategy

Josh McDonnell
By Josh McDonnell | 8 August 2019

Independent media agency, Nunn Media, has continued its hiring streak appointing executives Sergio Brodsky as head of strategy and innovation and Jennifer Carroll as commercial director.

The new hires follow a recent restructure of the Melbourne headquartered agency, which has annual billings of $275 million.

In June, Matt Crook joined in the newly created role of head of strategic development while Sarah Thom was promoted to head of client service and growth.

The former head of strategy at Initiative Melbourne, Brodsky exited the agency at the end of 2018 following a restructure to its Melbourne office.

Prior to this he was group strategy director at Starcom in Melbourne. Brodsky returns to agency life after launching Surge, his strategic brand communication and innovation consultancy.

Carroll comes to Nunn Media from Mindshare Melbourne where she most recently worked as investment director for the WPP owned agency. She has also held roles at Zenith and Southern Cross Austereo.

“At a time when many media agencies are making redundancies, cutting headcount and reducing resources, we continue to build our expertise across all areas, particularly in strategy and digital," Nunn Media founder and director Matthew Nunn says.

“Both Sergio and Jennifer are very experienced with strong track records working on leading brands at multinational agencies. With the recent restructure, appointment of Matt Crook and the promotion of Sarah Thom, they join Nunn Media at an exciting time in our development and I welcome them to the team.”

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Nunn Media continues to attract senior talent to the business, growing its team 15% year-on-year with 40% working in digital, including at its digital performance agency, Innovate Online lead by Justin Grossbard.

Nunn Media has secured a number of new business wins this year including JB HiFi, 13CABS, American Tourister, Mecca, Hard Yakka, King Gee, Sargon and Smile Direct Club.

It is also a shareholder of Local Planet, which aligns the largest independent agencies around the world in a referral and pitching capacity.

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