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Aoife Crowley Joins Cogs & Marvel as Client Director

Cogs & Marvel welcomes a new Client Director Aoife Crowley to it’s Dublin office

The brand experience agency Cogs & Marvel has appointed Aoife Crowley the new client director of its Dublin office.

Crowley joins the team from Audi Canada, where she worked on the experiential side of the automotive brand’s marketing function.

“As an industry leader with a very progressive vision, Cogs & Marvel offers a unique opportunity to work alongside their global client base on projects that speak to innovation, emotion and impact. I am hugely excited to join a team that continues to redefine and challenge the world of experiential,” says Crowley.

“Working in this industry provides a creative outlet within a fast-paced, dynamic and ever-changing environment, where I can continue to successfully lead the execution and delivery of world-class experiences. I am committed to producing unforgettable experiences and event solutions that are delivering on clients strategic goals as part of a bigger plan with measurable objectives,” she adds.

Before joining the European hub, Crowley was the Experiential Marketing Manager for Audi Canada in Toronto. Her focus was on producing live brand experiences with a strong emphasis on innovation and technology while executing high-profile projects, global first activations and brand partnerships on both a global and national scale.

Cogs & Marvel Group CEO Dave Smyth says: “We are delighted to have Aoife join the agency team here at Cogs & Marvel. As an agency who created and executed experiences and projects for clients in fifty-seven countries around the world in the past twelve months, we are always looking for people who are as highly skilled as Aoife with international experience. She brings an exciting skill set to the agency and I know she’ll have a massive impact with our clients.”

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