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Karmarama hires Jamie Mancini as Creative Director for PR and Influencer Discipline

Karmarama has appointed Jamie Mancini as Creative Director to join the PR and social influencer discipline. Mancini will bring his considerable experience in this area to work with the agency’s PR clients which include Virgin Trains, IKEA and Unilever.

 

Jamie will lead creative for the PR discipline within the agency whilst also working as part of the wider advertising and integrated creative team and report into Nik Studzinski, Chief Creative Officer at Karmarama.

 

Jamie, one of PR Week’s 2017’s 30 Under 30, leaves his role as Creative Associate at John Doe after 8 years working on accounts such as Facebook, Beats by Dre, Oatly, Itsu, and a global Pernod Ricard portfolio ranging from Absolut Vodka to Havana Club Rum.

 

Nik Studzinski said of the appointment “Jamie joining the Karmarama family will allow us to create work with even greater cultural currency and reflects the growing demand from our clients for connected creativity. He’s also teaching himself to speak Mandarin which tells you everything you need to know about him.”

 

“The industry is at an interesting juncture” Jamie said, “it’s not enough to simply be well versed in PR anymore. The best campaigns take inspiration from every corner of culture to create work with true resonance, which is exactly the type of work I’m looking forward to doing at Karmarama, with some of the best brains in the business.”

 

Jamie starts on the 25th June and joins Rosie Holden, who recently left John Doe to be Managing Partner at Karmarama in April of this year.

Karmarama is the UK’s most progressive creative agency, part of Accenture Interactive, working across advertising, PR, data-driven communications, mobile platforms and products, digital and innovation. The agency is known for its ability to blend creativity, digital and data, to help brands better engage with consumers. Or as Karmarama calls it – Connected Creativity. It is one of the most effective agencies in the UK and has won the DMA Grand Prix for the last two successive years, in 2017 for its work for the Army. It was again the highest ranked creative agency in the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For in 2018.