Isobar has promoted Konrad Spilva to the role of CEO of the Isobar Group, Australia and New Zealand.
Spilva is based in Melbourne and reports to Luke Littlefield, CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network ANZ and Jean Lin, global CEO Isobar.
His promotion followed the recent acquisition of digital creative agencies Soap and game studio SMG, which led to the formation of the Isobar Group, Australia and New Zealand.
Prior to Isobar, Spilva was at Visual Jazz – a leading digital agency he co-founded in Australia in 2001 – which he merged with the existing Isobar business in Australia in 2012.
Isobar Global CEO Jean Lin said: “Assisting our clients in navigating the brand commerce era is a significant focus for Isobar globally and a key priority for Spilva as he drives and develops Isobar locally, while also opening up international opportunities.”
Spilva said: “Australia and New Zealand are strong markets for Isobar and I firmly believe our global vision around the importance of Brand Commerce is key in helping our clients’ success.”