QMS appoints Jemma Enright to lead the new media offering from the City of Sydney

QMS Media has announced that former Uno Home Loans chief customer officer and tech start up entrepreneur, Jemma Enright will join QMS to lead its brand new City of Sydney media offering.

Enright starts on Monday 24 May in the newly created role of general manager – City of Sydney, as the company aims to revive the Out of Home medium with a new digitally managed offering.

QMS Chief Customer Officer, Mark Fairhurst said the key appointment would provide the experience, fresh thinking and client understanding required to launch and develop this revitalized digital media and communications network.

“As a digital and data-driven company, I’m excited to have Jemma lead our brand new digital offering to the City of Sydney.

With over 20 years of experience, Jemma is a skilled agency strategist, marketer and business entrepreneur, and her innate knowledge of what both agencies and advertisers are looking for in today’s media world makes her the perfect choice to lead our future-ready, premium City of Sydney network. . “

In addition to this newly created role, further appointments are on the way as QMS continues its preparations for the launch of the prominent city of Sydney assets in the second half of 2021. This new offering will allow marketers to influence and influence consumers where they live , work and play through a digitally focused network of screens.

At her appointment, Enright said; “I could not be more excited to join the QMS team to deliver a revitalized and digitally focused City of Sydney offering to the market.

“I’m incredibly impressed with the QMS vision for this most prestigious OOH platform. Their leadership in digital, data and accountability combined with a firm focus on advertising needs is exactly what the city needs in a partner to pursue its bold strategy. for the future.

“I look forward to working with a growing team to deliver something truly world-class to the OOH industry here in Australia.”

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