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New Appointments At Publicis Drum

New Appointments At Publicis Drum

Creative public relations firm Publicis Drum has announced the appointment of two new consultants.

Bridget Reaney takes on the role of Account Director and Natalie Baragwanath has been appointed Account and Events Manager.

Publicis Drum Managing Partner, Jody Gill, says the two new appointments strengthen the talent and capacity of the agency.

Formerly the communications manager for DB Breweries Limited, Bridget brings extensive in-house and consultancy corporate and marketing public relations experience to Drum. She will also head up Publicis Street, the street marketing and promotional sampling division of Drum.

Natalie joins the Drum team from Baldwin Boyle Group and has four years experience in public relations and communications.

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