303 MullenLowe Sydney appoints Sarah May to senior planner role to upweight its strategy team

Sarah May_303 MullenLowe (1).jpg303 MullenLowe is bolstering its strategic capabilities with the appointment of Sarah May, who brings 13 years experience from agency, client side and consultancy.

As senior planner, her appointment expands 303 MullenLowe's strategic offering beyond brand and integrated planning, adding a wealth of earned planning experience across social, PR, digital and creative technology.

Says Jon McKie, chief strategy officer at 303 MullenLowe: "We're very excited to have such a multi-skilled and agile planner on board to cement our integrated offering. Sarah's strategic work sits at the intersection of nurturing brands that influence consumer behaviour, spark cultural currency, and embrace technology ideas for the greater good - a complimentary skillset that will add immense weight to the strategies we develop across our portfolio of clients."
Says May: "I'm incredibly excited to be part of a bundled agency with an infectious ambition and dynamism, where strategists collaborate closely with all other arms of the agency."

May joins 303 MullenLowe from senior strategy roles at One Green Bean and Ogilvy PR. May has worked in a vast range of industry sectors, particularly consumer technology, earning a reputation for adding value both to brands and agencies, developing creative firsts and agency IP.

303 MullenLowe is also growing its digital and PR capabilities with Josh Bryer recently joining as digital creative director after eight years at M&C Saatchi and Catherine Sumner joining as senior PR account manager from Play Communications.

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Hitesh yadav said:

digital creative director after 8 years is motivational. Best of luck

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