Dig’s recent raft of new client partners, including RACV, sees nine new hires across creative, account management and production teams, with more to come.
Conan Green joins the team as creative director. Prior to Dig Conan was the multi-award winning ECD at DDB South Africa working on McDonald’s, Honda and Nedbank. Also coming from abroad, hailing originally from the Netherlands is
Joost van der Schoot. van der Schoot joins as senior art director.
And top performers at AWARD School this year, Dig welcomes Kai Faulkner (art) and Glenn Symmons (copy) as a new junior creative team. Simon Gray rounds out the creative hires joining as senior designer.
Dig continues to build on its belief in having a healthy mix of agency and client-side experience. Bolstering up account leadership, Stephanie Garner joins as group account director, coming from client side global marketing director at Keep Cup.
Joining Garner is Anneka Hosken, Natasha Naidu, and Callum Yeo in the roles of senior account director, account director and senior producer, respectively.
And there’s also a couple of promotions. It’s been a great year for Anna Paine and Owen Bryson, delivering some exceptional work for The Bottle-O, Cellarbrations and Mitre 10 to name a few. The dynamic duo have been promoted to creative directors.
Paul Rhodes, CEO of Dig says of the new hires: “Talented, hungry, and a great sense of fun. They’re our kind of people. And they’re all kicking goals.”
Dig has offices in Sydney and Melbourne, working with a range of leading brands including RACV, Mondelez, 3M, Mitre 10, Australian Liquor Marketers, IGA Supermarkets, Ego Pharmaceuticals, and a range of Government clients.