Andy Kay has been appointed as Nova 100 Brand and Promotions Manager.
He will be responsible to create and deliver effective promotional solutions for NOVA Entertainment’s clients and stations, secure and manage key partnerships, and deliver on the company strategy while ensuring a winning culture of innovation, idea generation and execution across NOVA Entertainment’s brands.
NOVA Entertainment’s Brand and Promotions Director, Polly Goodchild, says:
“We are extremely pleased to appoint Andy Kay to the role of Nova 100 Brand and Promotions Manager. Andy is a strong leader and his passion for radio and Melbourne make him the perfect culture fit for NOVA Entertainment. With seven years’ experience in radio promotions, partnerships and client implementation, he’s the perfect addition to the local Brand and Promotion’s team. We’re really looking forward to him joining the company and hitting the ground running.”
With over 10 years’ radio and management experience, most recently Andy was Senior National Network Brand Activations Specialist for ARN (KIIS/Pure Gold Networks), responsible for creating national promotional campaigns for some of Australia and the world’s biggest brands and organisations.
After four years as a Recruitment Manager for Sensis, Andy joined ARN in March 2012 and over the next seven years he held various roles including Campaign and Event specialist for Mix FM’s breakfast show, National Campaign and Event Manager for ARN’s National Drive Show and in February 2016 was promoted to his most recent role as Senior National Network Brand Activations Specialist.
Andy Kay says, “I’m thrilled to be joining NOVA Entertainment in Melbourne and am especially excited about the new partnerships and experiences that the brand and promotions team will bring to life. Working in the radio industry is a dream career for me and joining NOVA Entertainment is a new and exciting chapter in my life. It’ll also be fantastic to reunite with the gorgeous Chrissie Swan after all these years!”
Andy will commence in the role on 15 July, reporting directly to Polly Goodchild.