Digital agency Reprise hires five executives in expansion of inbound marketing

Specialist digital agency Reprise is expanding its inbound marketing capabilities with five executives in new roles.

The announcement: 

Specialist digital agency Reprise is expanding its inbound marketing capabilities as clients continue to invest in enhancing their customers’ digital experience.

Inbound marketing is a holistic, data driven two-way approach to marketing that focuses on attracting individuals to a brand, engaging them with relevant content, converting them into long lasting customers and to be brand ambassadors.

There are five executives in new roles for Reprise. Daniel Hornung has joined the inbound marketing team from the former Bruce Clay, where he was SEO account manager working on clients including Domino’s, Hyatt Hotels, Lonely Planet and Suncorp Bank.

Josh Barnard has joined Reprise from sister IPG Mediabrands business Mnet where he worked for four years, most recently as technical operations manager. Alex Rahr has joined from Wunderman where he worked on planning and strategy. Rafael Canto joins Reprise in November after two and a half years working as an inbound marketing strategist for SDL Netherlands. Colm Flanagan has been promoted to inbound marketing manager, having been SEO specialist since joining the agency in February 2013.

“We’ve been extremely successful with our inbound marketing approach since our IAB Search Marketing Award for organic search in 2013,” said Reprise Australia CEO Craig Ellis. “These new hires signal a significant step-change in our approach to digital marketing, underpinned by strong inbound expertise. Inbound marketing strategies are constantly strong performers for our clients and we will continue to resource our business with the top talent we’re attracting from around the globe.

“It’s a no-brainer. Clients are understanding more and more the importance of a high-performing, highly-tuned website enriched with relevant, engaging content to their bottom line and are diverting budgets accordingly.”

Source: Richard McGowan, RMG Communications


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