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Splash Worldwide Adds Collette Galvin as Business Development Lead

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Galvin has been instrumental at ECM company Beam for nearly 14 years
Splash Worldwide Adds Collette Galvin as Business Development Lead

Creative technology company Splash Worldwide announce the immediate addition of Collette Galvin as business development lead for the company's newly formed global content and production offering, Splash Studios. Her appointment was announced by Splash's global head of content, Phil Conway.

Today, Beam functions as the content logistics specialist for Technicolor's portfolio of brands; during Galvin's history, the company grew from an in-house FTP process for post-production review and approvals into a leading asset and distribution platform trusted by many of the world's biggest marketers. Rising from her initial role educating VIP clientele on Beam's strengths and capabilities, by 2015, Galvin was leading the account management team for creative agencies and brands, with key accounts including AMV, Saatchi & Saatchi, Jiminy Creative and several independents. In addition to directly interfacing with top-tier clientele to understand and support their needs, she also managed a team of account executives responsible for growing the client portfolio.

As a former senior editor for creative production agency Craft WW and creative editor for MullenLowe London, Conway is very familiar with both Beam and Galvin. "Collette has a passion and an enthusiasm like I've never seen before," he began. "She has a solid grasp of both creatively-driven and adaptation content opportunities and is deeply connected throughout London's advertising scene."

Conway continued: "Splash has a proud heritage of collaborating with some of the leading creative agencies across London. Through Collette and Splash Studios, we're able to offer our best-in-class production, technology and language services to many more agencies."

"With continuous evolution in how we choose and consume content, audiences are constantly exploring different possibilities with technology bringing new meaning and relevance," Galvin explained. "I want to be instrumental in helping creative agencies and their brands find new ways to present their offerings with a company built for the future."

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Splash Worldwide, Wed, 25 Sep 2019 09:08:49 GMT