Windsorborn hires two for senior leadership roles

Jason Pollock
By Jason Pollock | 11 May 2022
Steven Wulz and Ben Stainlay.

Creative performance agency Windsorborn has announced two key hires to their senior leadership team - performance director Steven Wulz and creative director Ben Stainlay.

Wulz joins the agency from Ogilvy where he was SEO lead, bringing 15 years’ experience of working across industry sectors including government, finance, news, automotive, telecommunications and FMCG to Windsorborn.

Wulz said: “Windsorborn has shown me how good it can be when strong creative, digital and performance teams are focussed on the same goal. It's seamless marketing that just works, day in, day out."

With over 22 years experience, Stainlay joins from his role as creative director at Greenhouse -- a partnership agency between M&C Saatchi and Woolworths.

Stainlay said: “It’s quite incredible what happens when you plug performance strategies into creative. It supercharges it. It’s like nothing I’ve seen before. This is why I couldn’t turn down the opportunity to again work with agency founder Will Reynolds, and the rest of the awesome team at Windsorborn.

“It’s getting harder for brands to find and connect with their audience, especially if you don’t have big marketing budgets. So, you have to play smarter. And that’s what we help our clients do.”

Will Reynolds, co-owner and managing director of Windsorborn said: “Windsorborn had an incredible year of growth last year. And plugging in Ben and Steve means we now have the creative and performance firepower we need to take Windsorborn to the next level and deliver even greater results for our clients.”

Combining creative, digital development, SEO and media, Windsorborn has recently won new clients including Naked Wines and Wesley Mission.

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