19 August 2020
Boldspace makes two senior hires including Head of Data & Insight
Fast-growing brand strategy and communications agency Boldspace has announced two important hires to its senior team with the appointment of a Head of Data & Insight and a Senior PR Consultant.
Therese Moriarty (below left), an experienced data visualisation and analytics consultant, joins to lead the agency’s data and insight work. She has previously worked both agency side and in-house, including over six years at NBCUniversal and at entertainment platform Eko.
Theo Fashesin (below right), whose career to date includes spells with Red, Citypress and Way to Blue, has joined as a Senior PR Consultant. Fashesin will be responsible for leading delivery of PR activity across a number of the agency’s early clients.
Mike Robb, Co-founder & Managing Director at Boldspace, said: “This agency is built on the premise that only by using data and technology to its fullest and combining it with creativity can brands identify the space where they can innovate, differentiate and cut-through. The role of our technology and data capabilities are fundamental to identifying the right territories and delivering truly agile communications for our clients, so I am delighted to welcome Therese and Theo to the team.”
Commenting on her appointment at Boldspace, Therese Moriarty said: “Having worked with the team over the last few months to develop the agency’s technology platform, I have seen first-hand how the business is using technology in practice to deliver a totally different type of service than anything I have previously seen. I am delighted to be joining the team as we enhance our data and insights capability for clients in the years ahead.”
Theo Fashesin added: “When I first heard about this agency I was immediately drawn to its agile model of delivery, bringing together advertising, marketing and PR in one and fusing creativity with technology to deliver what really works for clients. While I look forward to continuing to land headlines day-in, day-out, I am equally excited about ensuring this approach is put to work in practice.”