Howaltham will lead Havas’ Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland offices, as well as a team of over 100 people with them, as well as Havas Sport & Entertainment, strategy, media planning, and investment, performance marketing, content development, data consulting and brand partnerships, are really good. He will also have a continuing role under the supervision of Havas Melbourne.
Commenting on Holtham’s ascension to the CEO of Hulasham, Havas Group ANZ President Anthony Freedman said: “Matt has a rare mix of media, creative, digital and research businesses across Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and the US. He is sure Havas remains the most progressive media group in the media to say that he is the right person to lead this charge. ”
“Mike has done an outstanding job building a business from scratch, to be a team of 100 people, and in his new role, we’ll be able to consider the partnerships we need to develop, As well as how to best capitalize we have opportunities as part of Vivendi. ”
Wilson said: “I am very happy to have the CEO of Havas Media Group supporting Matt at his worthy height. Additionally, the Vivendi Group of companies provides opportunities for our clients, our agency brands and our people in the market are unmatched. I’m really excited to be able to help unlock these partnerships in earnest for the first time. ”
Hultham said: “I am thrilled to be working with Mike and the team of the illustrious Havas Media Group in Sydney and New Zealand to expand their remits and implement their new Meaningful Media Experience (MX) process and model the village Looking forward to taking advantage of it. Help our customers grow in 2020. “