INVNT makes senior hires across global offices

New account wins mean agency strengthens teams in London, Sydney, New York, Detroit and Singapore.

Event agency INVNT has announced nine new hires across its worldwide offices.

The company's New York headquarters has added to its creative and technical teams – its two fastest-growing departments – with the appointment of Domenique Osborne as creative director. 

Osborne will draw on her experience of working at agencies such as Saatchi & Saatchi and MullenLowe. 

Scott Cullather, CEO, INVNT said: "With requests for our services across multiple geos on the rise, combined with clients’ event portfolios expanding, we’ve carefully selected some of the industry’s most sought after global talent."

In addition to Osborne, Brad Sauper joins as technical production designer. He has previously worked as a scenic designer and technical director.

Jonathan Fitzhenry joins the Sydney office's creative team as director of environmental design. Fitzhenry brings 15 years of experience as a freelance consultant. He worked on projects for brands such as Microsoft, VW, Samsung and General Motors.

Also in Sydney, Fiona Pullen has been appointed as executive producer, and heads up the APAC region’s fast-growing production team.

UK-born Emma Robinson also joins the Sydney office as senior producer.

The Detroit team welcomes Lauren Rozanski as director of business development, along with the experienced and talented producer, Shayna Blase.

Australian-born Ro Taylor joins the London team to fulfil a dual role as senior producer in EMEA and APAC.

Pardeep Kainth (PK) becomes director of account services in Singapore, and brings with him experience in the Singaporean and wider APAC markets.

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