Provatas comes aboard WE Buchan

By Craig Daveson in Marcoms News on
WE Buchan announced today that Nichole Provatas has signed on as its new digital and social chief, alongside two other new hires in Hannah Heather and Louise Proctor.
 
Provatas brings with her to the job a decade of communication expertise, which includes digital communication strategy stints at Edelman Australia, Edelman Digital New York, and WE Communications New York.
 
“Nichole is a WE Buchan alumni, having worked with us at the very start of her career and her return is a testament to the inclusive and nurturing culture that we foster. The next three years will be an exciting time for the agency as we continue to expand our digital and social media offerings, as well as driving growth across the business. Nichole’s wealth of global digital and social media experience will ensure we continue to achieve high impact results for our clients, and deliver the best standard of digital and social media services,” WE Buchan CEO Rebecca Wilson said.
 
Hannah Heather is a now an account director for the agency’s consumer team while Louise Proctor joins the technology division as senior account manager. The move comes as WE Buchan is expanding its reach in the consumer and technology fronts.
 
 

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