IGNITE, the award-winning digital agency servicing some of Australia’s leading brands has added three new marketing experts to their deep bench of talent.
The new hires are part of an overall strategy to further build on digital marketing capabilities for new and existing clients to bolster IGNITE’s offering as a full-service agency.
Kate Booth joins IGNITE as digital marketing director. She has a wealth of marketing experience from her time with the social enterprise Thankyou, where she built the Customer Experience team from the ground up. Before that, she was the Customer Operations Manager at Uber. Kate brings her expert experience in branding, partnerships and campaign management to lead the IGNITE marketing team.
Tim Vasquez joins IGNITE as digital marketing specialist. Tim has over 6 years of digital marketing experience covering various industries from activewear, hobby and toy brands, skincare and ready-made meals.
Tim was previously the head of marketing at Umart online and spent 4 years with Reload media. Tim is a technical expert and lives to make our clients’ campaigns become a reality.
Isaac McCluskey rounds out the team as our new digital marketing coordinator. Isaac brings his marketing experience from hospitality and telecommunications, having worked with brands like Red Bull MOBILE and recently the Fancy Hank’s group. Isaac is a creative thinker with a brain for campaign ideas, digital advertising and creative copy.
“I’m super excited to welcome Kate, Tim and Isaac to the IGNITE team! With their wealth of technical marketing expertise, we can continue to stay ahead of the ever changing game of digital marketing, and deliver even more sophisticated campaigns and better results for our clients.”
– Anthony Wymond, founder & creative director
“It’s an incredibly exciting time to be working at IGNITE. I feel very lucky to work with such an awesome team who are all experts in their field, delivering amazing results for our clients. Looking forward, we’re focusing on growing our marketing offering from digital advertising to offering a suite of marketing tactics such as partnerships, creative design, email marketing and so much more to help our clients grow from strength to strength.”
– Kate Booth, digital marketing director
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