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Axon appoints Antonia Katsambis

She joins the firm as its HR director

AntoniaAxon Communications has appointed a new human resources (HR) director in the form of Antonia Katsambis.

Katsambis joins from Edelman, where she was its HR business partner for over three years and prior to this, she served as a HR and talent manager for Collective London.

She said: “I look forward to seeking out the best and brightest to join our vibrant team, while at the same time, continuing to nurture and support the existing staff.”

Her new role will see her lead HR-related initiatives for both Axon and its sister agency Madano.

Miranda Dini, managing partner, Axon, said: “We’re delighted we will be able to benefit from Antonia’s experience at both large communication firms and small boutique agencies, as we see ourselves combining the best of both those worlds.

“Antonia is supporting our continued growth with a fresh approach around recruiting and retaining the industry’s top talent.”

30th November 2017

From: Marketing

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