Enthral hires Nat Burcul as PR account director and Jodie Fisher as producer

Content marketing agency Enthral has hired Nat Burcul as PR account director.

The agency, which was founded in 2013, added public relations to its service offering in February this year.

Nat Burcul has joined Enthral as PR account director

Burcul has ten years of PR and marketing experience working with brands including Bates Smart, Little Projects, Sand Hill Road, Stockland, Lavazza, Domaine Chandon, Stokehouse and Five:Am.

Also joining the agency is Jodie Fisher as a producer. She joins from the Seven Network where she spent eight years as a sport producer and production manager.

Jodie Fisher joins Enthral after 8 years at Seven

Fisher has previously worked at The Woolshed Company and The Reach Foundation.

Enthral managing director, Cameron Smith, said of the appointments: “We are excited to grow our team to mirror our integrated storytelling and content offer, with earned media as the next chapter for Enthral.

“Nat is a born storyteller with such a diverse background – she has well-rounded experience both in-house and agency side, so she understands our clients and how to share their stories in a meaningful way that achieves real cut-through.

“Jodie adds a new layer to our dynamic production team and she will work with our clients to communicate their stories in an authentic and credible way,” Smith said.

Earlier this year, Enthral hired Car Sales’ Sarah-Lucy Rice as senior publicity manager.

Enthral is the result of the 2018 agency rebrand from Virtual Connexion.


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