Evidently has appointed Samantha Kennedy as Chief Operating Officer, in a move to strengthen its leadership team and drive the agency’s growth.
To further support future expansion and boost creative output, the company has also brought on board Adrian Flores as Creative Director.
Kennedy joins from McCann London where she spent time as both Managing Director of McCann Enterprise and a Managing Partner in the main agency. During Kennedy’s time at the company she was responsible for the AA, B&Q, Subway and Premier Foods accounts.
She brings a wealth of experience to her new position, which involves running evidently’s network of international offices in London, Toronto, Perth and Johannesburg. Kennedy’s appointment comes as part of a strategic recruitment drive designed to bolster the agency’s continued growth.
Flores joins from Publicis Mojo Sydney where he was a Senior Creative on Virgin Mobile, Toyota and Nestle. He has previously worked for leading ad agencies DDB Sydney and Profero, winning awards for his work on Audi, Tourism Australia and Virgin Mobile. His documentary film work has been recognised with TV Week Logie nominations and Australian Film Institute honours.
Kennedy and Flores join evidently’s team of talented creative content experts. The agency is renowned for creating innovative campaigns for a multitude of blue chip companies including Unilever, BBC and Deloitte.
Daniel Zeff, CEO, evidently, comments: “Idea generation is at the core of our offering and strengthening the senior creative team with Adrian’s appointment is therefore extremely important. Under Sam's leadership and with her experience in the industry, we believe both roles will help the company drive continued success in the future.”
Samantha Kennedy, COO, adds: “It’s a real privilege to have joined such an exceptional agency with innovative creative approaches for big name brands. I’m implementing plans to bolster the company’s growth and expand the agency offering in the coming years.”