Three arrivals at Vivaki

Press Release
19 January 2012

The VivaKi Search & Digital Hub has announced three appointments: James Julian from Draft FCB and Samuel Soo from Carat join the Hub as Senior Campaign Managers; working on New Zealand search and performance digital business as well as running the search accounts for Australia’s leading digital agency; Amnesia Razorfish.

And Murtaza Fidahusen also joins us from Clicky.com running search accounts including Sony and Blackberry for Starcom Sydney.

The hub has also taken two graduates from the CAANZ media internship Scheme and in mid-March will be expanding the VivaKi Digital intern programme to five, expanding the team to over 20 digital media specialists running Trans-Tasman campaigns in Paid Search, SEO, AOD (Ad Exchange), Facebook and other performance digital media.

Alex Radford, the Director of the VivaKi Digital hub commented that “with these hires we cement ourselves as a world class digital engine room for some of the most digital savvy agencies in the region, as well as a continued commitment to grow and nurture local talent”.

Richard Thompson, VivaKi Digital lead added “with the growth in search and other performance media the Digital Hub allows us to not only produce quality work efficiently but also allows us to be nimble; constantly developing new products and services to benefit our agencies and clients”.

The VivaKi Digital Hub provides search and performance digital media management for the trans-Tasman VivaKi agencies (Starcom, Zenith Optimedia, Performics and Amnesia Razorfish), currently with over 15 members of staff, the most advanced technology in the region and over NZ$50,000,000 in annual billings.

For further detail:

Alex Radford: alex.radford@vivaki.co.nz, ph: 021 637 675

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