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Grooveyard expands its award winning activations team to 23

by on April 1, 2019 in Events, Events & Awards, Ireland, Latest News, Lead Article, News you can use, Nuggets, Uncategorized

Grooveyard expands its award winning activations team to 23

Grooveyard, one of Ireland’s leading live experience agencies, has recently expanded their workforce to 23 employees. With offices in Dublin and Galway, Grooveyard continue to raise the bar in brand experiences through activations, music, live sporting events and so much more.

The recent expansion of the team can be attributed to a growing increase in Grooveyard’s service offering, as many global brands are now turning to Experiential and Marketing agencies in Dublin that would have previously been serviced from London.

New recruits to the team include Paula Doherty, Senior Account Manager. Paula has a bachelors degree in marketing and a certificate in digital marketing and has worked in the industry for the last 9 years.

Prior to joining Grooveyard, Paula worked in a number of below the line agencies where she managed some of the worlds biggest brands in the automotive, health, education and alcohol industries. She will help to develop Grooveyard’s multitude of offerings.

Jonjo Nolan, Account Manager, joins the team with over 5 years’ experience overseeing highly successful award ceremonies, industry conferences, and team building events for brands such as Energia, Indeed, and Google.

Matthew Schutz joins the in-house studio team to assist with technology integration. Matthew has extensive graphic design experience and a passion for integrating digital technologies into events.

These three new hires join an award winning, international event team with a diverse portfolio of clients. Grooveyard MD James Gavin added, “We operate under the philosophy that we are only as good as our people so after a very careful and thorough recruitment drive we are delighted to welcome our three newest team members with their unique talents and experience to help meet our current demands.”




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