Romain Bonnet joins Jellyfish as head of paid search EMEA

06 Dec 2018  |  Newsline Staff 
Romain Bonnet joins Jellyfish as head of paid search EMEA

Indy digital marketing agency Jellyfish has appointed Romain Bonnet as head of paid search, EMEA.

Bonnet joins from his position as head of paid search at Manning Gottlieb OMD, where he worked with clients including Sony Pictures and John Lewis. Prior to this he held positions at Steak and Reprise Media.

At Jellyfish, Bonnet will be responsible for leading and developing the agency's paid search division across EMEA. He will work across the agency's full client base, including Experian, Nestlé and Vanguard, and will support new business activity.

Bonnet will report directly to global head of paid media, Daniel Wilkinson, who said: “We carried out a rigorous search to find the right person for this new role. Romain’s passion, not just for paid search, but also for leading and growing a team, made him the perfect fit.

"As we continue to experience significant growth across EMEA, we couldn’t be more excited to have Romain join us.”

Bonnet will take up the newly created position in December.

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