Independent media agency Atomic 212° has appointed three group account directors and a client lead to its Sydney leadership team.
Jessica Torstensson, now group account director, joins from Involved Media as a group account director as well as senior roles at CHE Proximity, Bohemia Group, Wavemaker and OMD. Torstensson started her career in advertising and media companies in Sweden before moving to Australia in 2016.
Kate LeMoine has been promoted from client lead to group account director, working on clients including Lendlease and Craveable Brands. LeMoine joined Atomic 212° in 2016 and has been a key member across the planning and trading team in both Sydney and Melbourne servicing clients including Origin, Spirit of Tasmania, BHP and Beyond Blue.
The third group account director appointment is Marcus Layman who joins from Hearts & Science as a digital director as well as working as digital director at UM Worldwide and digital planning director at Essence.
Rick Sillan has been promoted into a client lead role, after joining Atomic 212° in 2018. Sillan was previously in a performance director position for 18 months before this appointment, servicing the Lendlease portfolio.
Claire Fenner, Atomic 212° national chief executive officer, said she is very pleased to welcome Jessica and Marcus to the team and to congratulate Kate and Rick on their very well-deserved promotions.
“As a 100% Australian owned, independent agency, we are always focused on recruiting the best people, as well as developing our current team members into new positions and capabilities,” Fenner said.
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