Carat has promoted Alan McAuley to digital account director. Since joining the Dentsu Aegis Network agency a year ago, McAuley has worked on Bank of Ireland, Dunnes Stores, General Motors and Glanbia. He is now responsible for the agency’s wider team in delivering digital planning. Before joining Carat, he spent over three years with London digital agency Harvest.
Olivia Murphy, pictured extreme right, has been promoted to account director at Carat. She joined the agency two years ago and has worked on Guinness, Airtricity, Laya Healthcare and, more recently, Brown Thomas. In her new role, she takes the lead on Laya and BT. Ciara Harrison has been promoted to social media and content manager.
Harrison currently manages social for Diageo (Carlsberg, Tuborg) and HSE (Quit, Little Things and screening services). She will create strategies for new business pitches. Róisín Lawlor, on left, has joined Carat from PHD where as an senior manager she worked on Fáilte Ireland, PTSB, DAA and Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI).
As an account director at Carat, her clients include Kellogg’s, MasterCard and HSE.
To read Carat’s ‘More choice and growth for 2016’ media forecast, see Marketing.ie February edition