Three Promotions and a Hire! - Digital agency news

By: Reactive  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Web Design, Website Design, Web Development

We’re delighted to announce a number of new promotions within the company as well as a new hire.

Tim Kotsiakos, most recently the Creative Director for Reactive, has been promoted to Executive Creative Director. As Executive Creative Director, he is responsible for leading the global design team at Reactive as well as providing a central, creative voice to the company.

George Katsaras moves from Art Director to Associate Creative Director in the Melbourne team. In this position, he is responsible for ensuring the quality of the concept and design meets Reactive’s high standards for creative excellence.

Aurelien Boucher has been promoted from Senior Project Manager to Project Director. In this Executive role, he will focus on leading the Project Management team and ensuring top delivery to clients across all digital projects.

In addition to these key senior appointments, Reactive is proud to announce a new hire in our Melbourne office. Julian Gilchrist, formerly Development Lead at Igloo, has moved into a Sitecore Solutions Architect role.

These well-deserved promotions and staff hires are a result of global growth within the company. We’re building a remarkable team of creatives, technologists and strategists all around the world and we couldn’t be more proud of the people we’ve hired and the work we have launched.

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