Appropriately for a motorbike enthusiast, Rob began agency life as a courier some 30 years ago. He soon moved up to more lofty positions and has held senior media and management roles at many top New Zealand and Australian agencies. Among other achievements, he established New Zealand’s first independent media agency, Strategic Media, and also sits on various industry and charitable boards. This vast experience, combined with an extensive network, enables Rob to better connect personalities with cultures and ensure a successful result for both clients and candidates.m: +64 21 931 104
As a former creative director of DDB, Ogilvy and Y&R, Jeneal has first-hand knowledge and insights into the advertising business and creative people. In her time as CD she has hired and guided many people to award winning and business success. This rare combination of creative and management knowhow gives her a distinct advantage as a creative recruiter. Jeneal believes in giving back to the industry, so she lectures at The Adschool (formerly Axis Adschool). She also runs her own creative consultancy, which helps her keep her finger on the industry pulse.m: +64 21 657 821
In a career spanning several high profile roles, including CEO of publicly-listed companies and her own media consultancy, Cindy has serious credentials in media, marketing and communications. This inside knowledge, coupled with over 20 years of experience, means Cindy has an innate ability to understand people and an intuitive feel for the environments in which they will flourish. She believes that bad recruitment decisions can be extremely costly, and therefore works hard to ensure Marsden Inch offers a robust, professional service that really adds value.m: +64 27 499 6055
Bill’s impressive credentials means he needs little introduction to many in the industry. A member of the Marketing Hall of Fame, Bill was a pioneer of data-based marketing in New Zealand. He founded direct marketing agency, Aim Proximity in 1988, and passionately educated clients of the merits of one-to-one, personal communications as opposed to the ‘Ginzu Knives’ shotgun approach prevalent at the time. These days he is ‘semi-retired’ but enjoys roles as Chairman at Marsden Inch, the Auckland Racing Club, NZ Thoroughbred Marketing and a director of Affinity ID.
Shannon joined the Marsden Inch team full time in August 2014, bringing her strong administrational background, which ensures she is well suited to her busy role supporting the Marsden Inch’s directors.
Shannon lived in London and Melbourne for 9 years’ where she had some amazing roles, notably as an Event Manager in the Victorian racing and casino industry, as well as a PA to Executives in top Australian companies, before returning home in late 2008 for love and babies.
Shannon’s experience has given her a number of key strengths and attributes, namely the ability to small talk at any level and the pester power to get things done in the nicest and most efficient way.m: +64 27 260 2255