oOh! announces new Perth sales leadership team for Western Australia with appointments of Des McNamara and Jessie Mackinnon
oOh!media has announced a new sales leadership team in Western Australia, as the leading Out of Home company continues to expand its offering across the state, helping advertisers make their brands truly Unmissable.
Des McNamara and Jessie MacKinnon (pictured) will both take on new Group Sales Leader roles, where they will lead a dedicated local team of Account Managers, communicating and optimising oOh!’s Unmissable business offerings to the West Australian market. Prior to starting their new role, McNamara and Mackinnon were Media Tonic employees representing oOh!media, but were officially brought over to the company following the acquisition of Commute by oOh! (formerly known as Adshel) late last year.
oOh! Sales Director for WA, Mark Treasure, said the recent promotions are testament to the pair’s ability and dedication.
“Des and Jessie are fantastic additions to our WA leadership team and their appointments are a true reward for all their efforts,” he said. “Together, we will continue to help advertisers realise the unmissable opportunities they have through our leading network and dynamic data capabilities to ensure the strongest possible outcome for their brand.
Both McNamara and MacKinnon said they looked forward to driving oOh!’s leadership position in WA.
“We’re excited to continue working with advertisers to ensure they get the full benefit from oOh!’s investment into data, content and innovation to drive greater engagement and campaign performance,” said Mackinnon.
“We will be updating our clients over the coming weeks on our new service approach and helping them realise the unmissable opportunities they have through our quality network and powerful tools,” said McNamara.
oOh! National Sales Director, Tim Murphy, said the new appointments come at a pivotal time, as oOh! continues to expand its presence in Western Australia.
“The acquisition of Commute (formerly Adshel) in September last year has seen the portfolio more than double across the state, with 850 digital panels and more than 2,150 classic signs,” he said. “The announcement of a new sales leadership team is another exciting step forward for the business in WA.”