Stand Agency enhances digital offering with new appointment

Written by Kerri Fitzpatrick

Tags: creative digital PR social media

Stand Agency has appointed Salonee Gadgil, to the new role of Digital Content Director. Salonee, who previously worked as Content Manager at Creative Review magazine, will work with Stand’s diverse range of clients to expand their digital offering, reach new audiences and nurture communities, as well as build the agency’s content reputation in new sectors.

At Creative Review, Salonee played a key role in the development of the magazine’s digital strategy, and built Creative Review’s social media channels into a revenue stream for the business, through commercial partnerships and subscription sales.

Salonee joins Stand’s digital team with extensive experience in creating and managing strategic digital communications plans, and deploying social media and audience growth strategies. Salonee also brings experience in podcast production and promotion.

Salonee Gadgil said:

“It’s an absolute honour to be joining the talented team at Stand, and to have the opportunity to add to Stand’s impressive and growing list of clients. I’ll use my background in digital media, social networks and online communities to build on the brilliant creative work Stand already does.”

Laura Oliphant, Managing Director of Stand Agency said:

“Salonee is a great addition to Stand and our already established content team. We’re an ideas business and we believe our clients should feel confident in seeking our advice and guidance no matter what the channel of communication. Salonee’s wealth of experience and digital knowledge gives her a unique perspective on creating content value.”

Salonee’s appointment follows the hire of Senior Account Executive, Chloe Roberts from Fourth Day, a B2B tech agency.

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