INVNT director of marketing Sally-Anne Andrew departs

Sally-Anne Andrew has left INVNT to explore new challenges in her career after helping grow the agency's brand presence over the past eight years.

Sally-Anne Andrew leaves INVNT
Sally-Anne Andrew leaves INVNT

Andrew joined the agency when it started in 2008, first acting as an executive producer and then as marketing director, charged with growing the company’s brand equity and overseeing its global public relations initiatives.

She quickly built the infrastructure of the marketing & PR department and created a competitive internship programme, winning accolades and recognition for the company. This brought INVNT to the attention of one of the world’s most influential media networks, Time Inc., which purchased the company in 2015.


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Scott Cullather, global managing partner, INVNT, commented: "We are extremely proud of the profound growth that Sally-Anne and INVNT achieved over the past eight years. Sally-Anne's marketing and public relations strategies have been instrumental in that growth. Additionally, the powerful mentorship program she began at INVNT has put so many talented young people on the road to careers in the advertising and public relations fields.

She has accomplished so much stellar work during her time at INVNT, and her recent recognition at the Stevie Awards, in New York for creating positive change at INVNT in Advertising, PR and Marketing, is a testament to a very successful chapter in her career."

Commenting on her departure Andrew said: "The last eight years has been an incredible journey. The opportunity to lead a now globally recognised brand in experiential marketing, live events, and digital and traditional media, has made for a thrilling ride.  I am extremely proud of my association with INVNT and remain very passionate about the industry. It’s time now to take a breather and explore new challenges".


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