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Jamishidi and Stammers join Karmarama to boost strategy department

Karmarama has hired Kaihaan Jamshidi and Nikki Stammers to join the strategy department. Both will be joining the agency as a Strategy Leads, reporting into Will Hodge, Head of Planning.


Before being appointed to his current position, Jamishidi has delivered several multi-platform global propositions, including Now TV for Sky, McDonald’s only global app (Happy Studio) and the Dyson e-commerce platform.


As well as expanding the pioneering R/GA ventures program into Europe, he has also collaborated with the Unilever creative excellence team to redefine their global best practice for brand experience delivery (Crafting Brands 4 Life).


Stammers is joining from DigidtasLBi where she has worked across brand such has UBS, Mumsnet, Lloyds Banking Group and Sony Xperia during her 4 years working there. Prior to joining DigitasLBi, Nikki worked at some of Australia’s most awarded creative agencies including Naked, Whybin\TBWA\DAN and The Monkeys, and was a founding member of Australia’s first ever social media consultancy in 2008.


Stammers recently worked as strategic-lead on Pigeon Air Patrolcampaign, winner of two 2016 Cannes Lions as well as on the Mumsnet Pregnancy Tracker App, winner of BIMA Grand Prix in 2016.


Will Hodge, said of the hires “I’m thrilled to welcome top level strategic talent in Kaihaan and Nikki into our team. Their addition only makes us stronger as we strive to deliver more human experience platforms throughout our work. Their strategic nous and creative flair ensure we’re now even better equipped to execute strategic and creative thinking across a more varied range of projects and problems than ever before.”


The pair join this week and will support Hodge in delivering strategy across Karmarama’s client base.

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.