Banks Sadler appoints global account director

Banks Sadler has appointed Julien Smith to the role of global account director to manage three of its key clients.

Julien Smith joins Banks Sadler
Julien Smith joins Banks Sadler

Julien Smith has joined team’s London office to deliver strategic growth across key accounts, bringing with him ten years of industry experience. He has previously worked with agencies including TBA, M-is, and IVORY Worldwide, as well as Reed & Mackay and Media Tree for clients including HP, MasterCard and Orange.


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In his new role, Smith will be working alongside three of Banks Sadler’s key clients in the transport, aviation and engineering industries, helping them drive strategic growth and new opportunities within their meetings and events programme.  

Speaking about the appointment, he said: "I am really excited to be a part of such a well-established and well-respected agency. I love the culture and spirit of the company and I look forward to growing these exciting accounts and delivering Banks Sadler’s full range of in-house services ".

Caron Livens, global sales director, commented of the hire: "We are very excited to have Julien on board. He brings with him a depth and breadth of experience that will further strengthen our account development team and support the growth and evolution of our client relationships."

The agency has made several new appointments this year including Caron Livens as global sales director, Ali Nazarboland as head of development and three new hires within the production department boosting their creative offering. 

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