Moves at Burson-Marsteller Australia
18 March, 2010
Stephanie Aye to lead B-M Technology practice
— Burson-Marsteller (B-M) today announced Stephanie Aye’s appointment as team leader of the B-M Australia Technology practice, succeeding long-serving Daniel Young.
“We will soon be announcing a new career move and business initiative for Dan but his move has afforded us the opportunity to recognise and reward one of the up-and-coming stars of the consultancy world, Stephanie Aye,” said Brian West, Market Leader for Burson-Marsteller Australia.
“Stephanie’s skills in client, financial and team management hold us in good stead for continuing the success of our Technology practice.”
“This is a fantastic opportunity, and I’m really excited to be leading the team, having been immersed in the world of tech PR for some time now,” said Stephanie. “I’m looking forward to continuing to develop the long-standing, strong relationships we have with our core clients, Hewlett-Packard (HP) and SAP, and to growing the business – backed by my extremely talented, dedicated and passionate team.”
Stephanie has over 10 years’ experience in public relations, public affairs, corporate communications and journalism. She joined B-M in 2007, initially working on a range of client accounts, including Accenture Australia, and went on to lead the HP account. Previously, she was Public Affairs Officer for the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) – Australia's leading industry organisation and business lobby group – reporting to the Director of Public Affairs and Government Relations.
Stephanie worked as a journalist and producer in radio news for ABC Radio National and local radio, before joining Ai Group. She was also previously an intern with ABC TV’s Four Corners and Australian Story, as well as Channel Ten News. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications (Broadcast Journalism) from Charles Sturt University and a Diploma of Business (Marketing) from APM Training Institute. About Burson-Marsteller
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