News: Welcome to Creatomatic, Amy and Shannon!

Welcome to Creatomatic, Amy and Shannon!

Jack Ogston 27th of July 2022

The eagle-eyed amongst you might have noticed a new face in our June recap, so we’re delighted to introduce you to our two newest team members, Amy and Shannon.

Amy Gibson joins Creatomatic as our Business Development Manager, bringing with her a CV brimming with more than a decade of sales and marketing experience. Amy’s hobbies match up nicely with the rest of the team, so expect to find her discussing the latest F1 results or out on her paddle board.

Shannon Peat will be working along side Amy as our Business Development Assistant. She joins Creatomatic with an Honours degree in Management and a BA in Business, with sales and marketing skills developed working in eCommerce. Outside of work, Shannon’s another member of team Creatomatic that can be found in the gym or outdoors.

We’re absolutely delighted to welcome Amy and Shannon to the team, and we’re excited to see how Creatomatic continues to grow in their capable hands.

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