Elisabeth Field and Adrian Brady, Eulogy

Eulogy shakes up management to drive growth

Eulogy has promoted Adrian Brady and Elisabeth Field to chairman and CEO, respectively, as the agency seeks to build on its most successful year yet.

Brady started Eulogy in 1996. He will now focus on expansion as the team seeks to build its acquisition strategy.

Field joined the agency in 2015 and is currently its managing director. As CEO, she will oversee its strategic growth ambitions.

“We’ve had our best year ever,” said Brady. “We invested in a brand new office and infrastructure, secured great people to join our gang and launched new services for clients.

“These management changes will enable us to make the most of the next wave of growth, particularly in digital communications, as we seek to broaden our market footprint and deepen our own capabilities.”

Field added: “We started as a B2B agency. We’re now a full service, audience-centric creative agency, where media intelligence sharpens our focus on helping brands and businesses grow.

“We’re now moving to capitalise on the opportunities in front of us, while staying true to our culture and committed to our gang.”

  • Pictured: Elisabeth Field and Adrian Brady
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