Stephanie Stafford joins Fuzion Communications as Account Director

Stephanie Stafford joins Fuzion Communications as Account Director

Fuzion Communications is pleased to announce the appointment of Stephanie Stafford to the role of Account Director at the award-winning communications and creative agency.

 

Stephanie brings a wealth of experience in the consumer sector to her new role in the area of beauty, wellness, fashion, hospitality, alcoholic beverages and Irish heritage brands. She has worked on campaigns for Proximo Spirits, Champion Green, Radisson Blu, Warpaint for Men, Bushmills Whiskey, Newbridge Silverware, Butlers Chocolates and Kilkenny Design to name a few.

 

She has delivered internationally recognised brand campaigns and has specialist expertise in reputation management, brand strategy and tactical PR.

 

Stephanie holds a BBS Degree in Business majoring in Marketing and Public Relations from the University of Limerick and BBS Degree International Business, EDHEC International School of Business, France.

 

On her appointment, she said: “I am delighted to join the team at Fuzion Communications. Working in an agency is a great opportunity to work in a fast-paced environment with a diverse range of clients. I enjoy pushing the boundaries to create campaigns with a ‘wow’ factor for clients.”

 

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