Think Jam appoints new VP and director roles in global management restructure
As part of a global management restructure, global entertainment marketing agency Think Jam has announced strategic senior-level promotions to newly-created roles in its Los Angeles and London offices. Louise Brennand has been promoted to the position of vice president of creative client services, while Mandy Rodgers and Megan Martin have both been promoted to the role of publicity director.
Since joining the agency in 2007 Brennand has played a key role in driving the development, growth and success of Think Jam’s creative business. The new role will see her taking on greater responsibilities for new client growth and lead the strategic development of creative client services.
As publicity directors, Rodgers and Martin will work alongside the client services teams to evolve and develop the agency’s integrated, multidisciplinary approach to publicity and PR for entertainment clients.
Daniel Robey, Think Jam’s founder and CEO said: “We’re committed to working with our clients to deliver world-class, strategic and integrated products and services within the sphere of entertainment marketing. As we continue to expand our multifaceted agency offering across the film and entertainment industries, it is vital that we have an exceptional senior management team in place to lead the agency’s growth and create its future legacy, which is why I am delighted to announce these pivotal and well-deserved promotions today.”
Brennand and Rodgers will be based in the company’s Los Angeles offices, while Martin will be based in London. The promotions are effective immediately and follow on from the announcement last year that Philip Rose and Dan Noy had been promoted to become joint managing directors of the agency.
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