Six O’Clock Advisory strengthens team following client wins

Communications firm Six O’Clock Advisory has revealed multiple key hires following a string of client wins as the company continues to grow.

In recent months Six O’Clock has added global financial services firm Mercer and the Australian Electoral Commission to its client roster, as well as an unnamed supermarket chain.

Following the client list growth, the firm has added Simon Watson, who joins following a stint as a media advertiser to a senior cabinet minister in the government. He’ll take on a client portfolio focused on public affairs, issues management and corporate profiling.

Watson’s previous experience includes working in the Victorian Parliament and California State Assembly.

Six O’Clock Advisory has also added Sam Sinclair who’ll work in financial and investor communications for the firm, as well as corporate profiling and reputation management assignments.

Natalie Hasapaki comes on board, bringing expertise in corporate communications to her new role working with clients spanning the education, financial services and health sectors.

Six O’Clock Advisory director Jim Stiliadis said of the team: “We’re pleased that we’ve been able to attract some of the communication industry’s best operators.

“They add another dimension to our strong and talented team, allowing us to keep pursuing our growth strategy based on a broad suite of specialist and contemporary communication services.”

As part of Six O’Clock’s formal alliance with RMIT’s School of Media and Communication, the firm also recently hired Lauren Di Pietro and Georgina Manifold as account coordinators as they complete their studies.


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