Amaze appoints new Managing Director

Amaze appoints new Managing Director

We are delighted to announce that we have appointed Fiona Proudler as Managing Director to further strengthen the Board and help lead the next phase of the agency’s development.

In her career Fiona has spent over 20 years at the forefront of the agency scene, gaining extensive experience in a range of business development, client services and leadership roles. Her passion for excellence has seen her develop long lasting relationships with a wide range of clients across many different sectors – from media and entertainment to sports and leisure, financial services and FMCG.

In her current role as Managing Director of Realise she has driven company growth, developed creative and strategic capabilities and nurtured talent. While there, she has overseen the delivery of world-class customer experiences for clients including Lloyds Banking Group, AXA, Greyhound, PaddyPower, Channel 4, BBC and the English Football League.

At Amaze, Fiona will be responsible for the overall running of the agency, with a specific initial focus on business development and client services. She will also continue as Managing Director for Realise and will look to create a more connected service offering to the clients of both agencies.

Fiona is a Fellow of the Marketing Society and well networked within the agency scene across the UK. She participates regularly in prestigious industry events promoting her pragmatic and passionate approach to customer service excellence. She also hosts a quarterly meet up for key women in digital.

Fiona Proudler, Managing Director, Amaze, comments: “I have long admired Amaze and the outstanding work its highly skilled team delivers. It has a well-deserved reputation as a leading digital innovator, in part due to its heritage and ethos, as well as its services and impressive client portfolio. I’m looking forward to helping drive the next stage of the agency’s growth, working with existing clients to deliver more transformational work as well diversifying into new sectors.”