The Works announces staff changes including hiring Rebecca Luiters as head of digital

The Works has announced a series of staff changes, including the appointment of Rebecca Luiters as head of digital.

Luiters joins from the Wunderman Thompson-owned Mirum, where she spent over a year as delivery experience director. She has also previously completed a contract with The Works as a senior digital producer.

Luiters has also held roles at Maven Co, Kindred Digital and Vodafone.

Staff movements at The Works (clockwise from top left) Martin Murphy, Rebecca Luiters, Adam Tengku, Guy Patrick, Nathan Bilton

Also joining the agency is Martin Murphy who joins from EY. At The Works, Murphy will be a designer for its new ‘human-centred design’ practice.

Murphy has previously worked at Accenture.

Adam Tengku has also joined The Works as a senior developer. Tengku has moved across from development agency Sitback Solutions, and has previously worked at Bang Australia and Canvas Group.

The Works has also promoted creative lead, Guy Patrick, to creative director. Patrick joined the agency in 2011 after two years as art director at Kitcatt Nohr Digitas.

His promotion follows another creative lead, Nathan Bilton’s, promotion to creative director in March.

Tom Harber, managing partner at The Works, commented on the staff changes: “The Works has always focused on delivering growth for our clients. To do this we have always tried to stay ahead of the changes required as marketers to drive success and that requires the very best people working across multiple disciplines. We’re delighted to welcome Rebecca, Martin and Adam to the team and congratulate Guy and Nathan on their new roles.”

This morning, it was revealed The Works’ managing partner of creative strategy, Paul Swann, was joining Thinkerbell as executive creative tinker.

The Works’ clients include H&R Block, The Smith Family, and News Corp.


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