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New Appointments At Publicis Drum

April 14 2003

New Appointments At Publicis Drum

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

Nikki Wright has been appointed as Account Director, while Antonia Davison takes on the role of Account Manager.

Publicis Drum Managing Partner, Jody Gill, says the two new appointments will enhance Drum’s ability to provide innovative communication solutions for Drum’s wide range of clients.

For the past three years Nikki Wright has been at Porter Novelli New Zealand, where she managed key national and international accounts in the areas of corporate and marketing communications, information technology and youth marketing.

Nikki has a Bachelor of Communication Studies in Public Relations and Communication Management from Auckland University of Technology and last year received Accreditation in Public Relations through PRINZ.

Account Manager Antonia Davison has spent two years at Netball New Zealand, managing publicity for the Vodafone Silver Ferns, and was involved in the leverage of key Netball NZ sponsorships, including Vodafone, The National Bank, Fisher & Paykel, McDonald’s and TVNZ.

Antonia graduated with a Bachelor of Communication Studies majoring in PR in 2000, and has since completed a post-graduate Diploma in Business Administration majoring in marketing. She is now studying (part-time) a Masters degree in Management, majoring in marketing.


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